greentech media: Wall Street Journal Warns of the ‘All-Powerful Bike Lobby’ Jay Owen June 5, 2013 Greentech LATEST NEWS: Wall Street Journal Warns of the ‘All-Powerful Bike Lobby’ Stephen Lacey – June 3, 2013 WSJ editorial board member calls bike sharing the work of “totalitarians.” My View: What’s Good for APS Is Not Necessarily Good for Arizona (or Solar) Barry Goldwater Jr. – June 3, 2013 The typewriter, the phone book and the payphone had their day, and the businesses that relied on them either got busy changing or got busy dying. Department of Interior Green Lights 520 New Megawatts of Renewables for US Public Lands Herman K. Trabish – June 3, 2013 A solar power tower, PV plant, and geothermal facility are now in search of PPAs and financing. A Little Less Coal in China Katherine Tweed – June 3, 2013 Six ways China is addressing its coal consumption Look at How Much Waste America Puts Into Landfills Compared to Europe Stephen Lacey – June 3, 2013 Does America need a national energy-from-waste portfolio standard? TruSolar’s “Market-Driven Solution for Industry Growth” Staff – June 3, 2013 TruSolar’s Co-Founder, Chase Weir, talks about how standards will help the solar industry reach trillion dollar opportunities in a post-subsidy market. Green Jobs: Sapphire Energy, Jigar Shah, AEE, Powin Energy, Shorai, and More Eric Wesoff – June 3, 2013 Executive moves in greentech and renewable energyp> How to Settle the US-China Solar War Herman K. Trabish – June 3, 2013 The two world powers either rise or fall together. 3 Reasons Why Chinese Solar Inverters Are Half the Cost of American Inverters Stephen Lacey – June 3, 2013 Why are costs so much lower for Chinese centralized inverters? C3 Energy: Smart Grid’s Biggest Big Data Contender Jeff St. John – June 3, 2013 Can Tom Siebel’s vast, fast data integration and analytics software startup transform the energy industry?