How Should We Pay for Renewables?

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Doerr, Pickens, Reid, et al. at UNLV Energy Summit
Americans spend more on potato chips than on clean energy R&D each year.

Ten Reasons Why You Should Hire a Reporter
Other than being fond of conspiracy theories, reporters have a number of skills that corporate America desperately needs.

Some brief thoughts from the European Energy Venture Fair

How Should We Pay for Renewables?
Stimulus or market? Arguments can be made for both approaches.

Is Honda Really a Buy?
How come the Japanese giant isn’t out front with electric cars?

Solar: Solaria Gets $20 Million More, Canadian Goes Giant, Abengoa Gets Thumbs Up
And JA Solar and SunPower say business is up.

Coulomb Raises $15M in Third Round of Funding
Coulomb is building the infrastructure for electric vehicles, but it’s still unclear how many electric vehicle charging stations are needed. Wouldn’t you rather charge your car at home?

Sundrop’s Solar Gasification Uses Total Concentration
Sundrop Fuels is a Colorado company that combines concentrated solar power (CSP) technology with biofuels production processes.

Smart Grid, Smart TV Part of a Continuum, Says Google Japan
The search giant doesn’t want to monopolize your data, according to chairman emeritus Norio Murakami.

Power From the Atmosphere: Is it Real?
Not yet, but atmospheric wind companies say the prototypes work and are getting larger. Hear more at Stanford later this month.