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Companies that are still looking to produce biofuels from plant waste (and not corn) are making slow, but steady progress on milestones in 2013.
President Obama starts to show his hand for how he'll keep support going for clean energy and greener vehicles, and also fight climate change, at a time when Congress won't likely approval major budget increases or aggressive polici...
Contrary to the politics and headlines of the day, clean energy is a relatively trusted sector, and companies should be leveraging that good faith lead.
Solar panels are breaking through into the mainstream. Last year there were a record-breaking amount of panels installed on rooftops in the U.S. making solar the fastest growing source of energy in the U.S.
Smart grid company Silver Spring Networks held a relatively successful IPO on Wednesday. Here's 5 reasons why I think that was important for the smart grid, and for cleantech.
Google X is a lab where the company hatches big ideas like driverless cars or Google Glasses. The head of the lab told an audience about what the the place does to foster and protect a Peter Pan level of creativity.
Suntech Power once seemed unstoppable as the largest solar panel maker in the world. Now it's facing internal turmoil and market forces that could very well lead to its demise.
Smart grid company Silver Spring Networks saw its shares soar almost 30 percent in morning trading on its public debut on the New York Stock Exchange. The stock is settling around $21 per share, up from a pricing of $17 per share.
Silver Spring Networks prices its IPO at the midpoint of its planned range, but ends up selling a million more shares, leading the company to raise $81 million. The smart grid company debuts on the New York Stock Exchange today under the symbol SSNI.
Silver Spring Network's IPO could be as early as Wednesday (yep tomorrow). It's been a year and a half since Silver Spring first filed to go public.
Mobile network tester Spirent found that VoLTE 4G calling technology has made some big improvements in power efficiency since its last round of tests, but it still has far to go before it can match 2G voice.
In a wide ranging interview with Elon Musk at the SXSW festival in Austin on Saturday, Musk talked about his crazy life bringing the world life on Mars, electric cars, and solar rooftops.
Developers will be able to migrate their software to energy-efficient ARM-based microservers with hardware vendor Boston's new cloud, dubbed ARM as a Service.
One of the more subtle problems with the first wave of cleantech investing I think has to do with passion, identity and save-the-world over exuberance. It's hard to call that a fault, but when it comes to making money in the VC model, it's a problem.
Now that SolarCity is publicly-traded it's got the quarterly numbers game to play. In its first earnings report post-IPO SolarCity's shares drop on quarter loss.
Say goodbye to the much-hyped artificial leaf from MIT-spin out Sun Catalytix. According to MIT Tech Review the startup is now building a flow battery, which is a major change in strategy for the venture capital and Department of Energy-backed company.
Google' vice president of data centers, Joe Kava, outlines how the search giant's pursuit of data center designs corresponds nicely to the company's ten governing rules. Well, almost.
The LED chip and component maker has launched a line of low cost LEDs that it thinks could be a game-changer for consumers buying LED bulbs. The cheapest retails for under $10.
Will Kickstarter come through for an energy entrepreneur looking for funding for a next-gen energy storage device? A startup called Velkess is looking for $54,000 to build a large prototype of a new type of flywheel, which is a like a spinning kinetic battery.
The latest GigaOM Research podcast examines the LED market: why we need it, what the new business models are, and which companies should be watched in the coming months.