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Green Chip’s Weekend Edition

By Nick Hodge | Sunday, February 28th, 2010 Welcome to the Green Chip Review Weekend Edition — our insights from the week in everything alternative and cleantech, as well as links to our most-read Green Chip Review and sister publication articles. The battle of cleantech yin and yang raged on this week as multiple billion-dollar [...]

Bloom Energy Emergence Leads Clean-Tech

The big story of the week is the emergence of Bloom Energy Corporation. The Silicon Valley-based company has been developing solid oxide fuel cells in almost complete secrecy since 2001, and on Wednesday it unveiled its first product, called the Bloom Energy Server. Also known as the "Bloom Box," the device already is being used by Fortune 500 [...]

Green Chip Review: The Bloom Box Verdict: Debunking the 60 Minutes Coup

By Chris Nelder | Friday, February 26th, 2010 When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. (1 Corinthians 13:11) Judging by the excitement around the unveiling of the Bloom Box, you'd think it was the Second Coming. The green blogs fell all over [...]

Harmonic Humanity has a new idea…and it’s working

Harmonic Humanity has a new idea…and it’s working

By guest blogger Joseph Jacques www.harmonichumanity.org They stand in front of the grocery store and on highway entrances. They are our nation’s homeless population. Over the last twenty years, homelessness has increased significantly in the US. On any given night, approximately 750,000 men, women, and children are homeless, many of them [...]

Greentech Media

2001: When Green Tech Was Born In 2001, analysts and investors were wondering when the Internet boom would return. Green sort of snuck up on them. Video: Smart Grid: Coming to Your Town PG&E's Kevin Dasso looks at microgrids and other technologies. Where Will Solar Power Plants Be Built—Deserts or Rooftops? 21 Ventures’ David [...]

NewNet Clean Energy Newsletter

24 February 2010 DEALS NEWS... Generation Investment Management invests $10m in driver safety technology firm GreenRoad Energy efficiency company Adura Technologies launches $12m funding round Clean energy investor Global Environment Fund invests in UPC Renewables to tap Chinese wind market US solar technology company Acro Energy [...]

The Two Economies

By Michael Hudson Mr. Obama’s most dangerous belief is the myth that the economy needs the financial sector to lead its recovery by providing credit. Every economy needs a means of payment, which is why Wall Street has been able to threaten to wreck the economy if the government does not give in to its demands. But the monetary function [...]

The Value of the “Too Big to Fail” Big Bank Subsidy

One outcome of the TARP and other bank rescue efforts following the  collapse of Lehman Brothers in September of 2008 is that the United States has essentially formalized a commitment to a “too big to fail” (TBTF) policy for major banks. This paper uses data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) on the relative cost of funds [...]

ECEEE News 2010

COMMISSION TO UNVEIL RESOURCE EFFICIENCY DRIVE The European Commission wants to launch a "flagship" initiative to improve resource efficiency under its forthcoming 2020 strategy for "smart, green and inclusive growth", according to a draft of the strategy obtained by ENDS. http://www.eceee.org/news/news_2010/2010-02-24b/ MEP WANTS EU [...]

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