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4 charts that show the slow but steady progress of electric cars
Why BrightSource ditched its solar IPO

It's official: the King of the energy nerds, Steven Chu, is leaving

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Confirming a media report from last month, Energy Secretary Steven Chu, announced on Friday that he won’t be returning to office for President Obama’s second term. In a long letter, he detailed the accomplishments that the DOE has made over the past four years, like the ARPA-E program, and writes:...
It's official: the King of the energy nerds, Steven Chu, is leaving
Reed Hastings, meet Carl Icahn. And good luck.
The most successful (& positive) greentech VC you haven’t heard of

5 reasons why Apple is embracing clean power for its data center

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Seemingly all of a sudden Apple is charging ahead with one of the most aggressive clean power projects for a data center in the U.S. Apple is planning on building a 20 MW solar farm and a 5 MW fuel cell farm at its massive data center in Maiden, North...
5 reasons why Apple is embracing clean power for its data center

Is it the best of times or the worst of times for journalism? Yes

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If you’re convinced this is the worst possible time to be a journalist, there’s plenty of evidence to support you: just this week, there have been cutbacks at the New York Post and news of cuts at the venerable Village Voice, not to mention periodic bankruptcies and printing-press shutdowns. But...
Is it the best of times or the worst of times for journalism? Yes
Slow and steady wins the solar race
Why Celebrating a Startup's Death Shows Greater Life for the New York Ecosystem
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