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University of Maryland professors use nanotech to increase the energy density of a new type of capacitor, opening up possibilities in the electric vehicle and device markets.
Carbonscape proposes CCS by microwaving plants
Robert Newman’s History of Oil rip Kiwi startup touts proprietary process that turns biomass into charcoal to be buried underground to store carbon for millennia.
Forget what you know about carbon emissions
Tony Haymet of the Scripps Institute of Oceanography reveals breakthroughs in the technology to measure, capture and sequester carbon.
Scientists discover 9-second lithium-ion recharge
A newly found lithium-ion tunnel allows electrons to flow freely during battery recharge.
Two solar component developers cut 20 percent of staff
National Semi and Advanced Energy Industries cite market declines for layoffs of more than 2,000 global employees.
Pelamis sinks Portugal wave-power project
Technical and financing problems force consortium to remove wave-energy converters from ocean, with no return date in sight.
Ships, not pipes, for CO2 ocean burial
Danish firm says it’s exploring ways to use special vessels to deliver CO2 to burial sites in the North Sea.
Think says U.S. electric car market is overtaking Europe
Norwegian automaker talking with eight states to build a factory with initial capacity of 16,000 cars a year. Meanwhile, Kleiner Perkins takes a stake.
Register now – discounted room rate ends April 8th
for Europe’s original clean technology event
Meet 50+ growth companies,
engage investors & network with corporates
Over April 28-30, 2009, more than 350 power players of the clean technology sector, representing trillions of Euros of capital, together with investors, corporates, policy-makers, entrepreneurs and CEOs of sector leading companies, will convene in Copenhagen for Cleantech Forum®XXII at the Radisson SAS Scandinavia.
Meet leading innovators and investors
at “In the Spotlight Sessions” and elsewhere
Cleantech power players will participate in a new series of “In the Spotlight” panel sessions at Cleantech Forum Copenhagen to explore market drivers and opportunities, and vendor and investor perspectives in eight highlighted themes under the cleantech umbrella.
Visit the ‘pitch room’ to hear from presentations from companies seeking capital, mingle with exhibiting companies and participate in a ‘closed door’ cleantech clinic with 30-50 executives to discuss subjects critical to growing a company.
Click here for full agenda and list of speakers »
Highlights will include:
An optional off-site tour of cleantech related sites in Copenhagen and southern Sweden in the lead-up to the opening reception. Meet sector influencers, and tour the area. Click here for more information »
Hear market experts’ views on the financial crisis, on the state of M&A, project finance, carbon and venture capital markets and their effect on clean technology development.
Discover what is happening in global cleantech in geographies like China, India, Israel, the Nordics and Russia, and create global connections.
Meet with experts and examine drivers of innovation in critical areas such as bio-energy, eco-packaging, heat, offshore cleantech, smart grids, sustainable materials, waste and recycling, and water.
Network with C-level leaders from Sequoia Capital, Danfoss, Statoil, GDF Suez, and more.
The must-attend European cleantech gathering.
Now in its fifth year in Europe, Cleantech Group’s Cleantech Forum has facilitated cutting-edge market initiatives, forming and shaping the face of today’s global cleantech industry. Don’t miss it.