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Recyclebank CEO to Speak at The Wall Street Journal’s ECO:nomics Conference

Participating executives discuss innovation in the clean tech marketplace
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SANTA BARBARA, Cailf., March 21, 2013/3BL Media/ — Recyclebank® CEO Jonathan K. Hsu will be a featured panel participant at The Wall Street Journal’s ECO:nomics Conference today, in Santa Barbara, Calif. This is Hsu’s second time participating in the session titled, “Uncovering the Next Big Thing.” To align with the mission of ECO:nomics 2013, Hsu will discuss the outlook for clean tech companies and Recyclebank’s innovative technology.

Three Paths to Canadian Clean Energy Competitiveness

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While growing and vibrant, Canada's clean energy industry currently holds 1% of the $1 trillion global clean tech market—an industry that will triple in size by 20201.

Where Is Climate Change in Energy Debate?

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By Carol Pierson Holding

Last week’s Presidential debate was supposed to showcase the differences between President Obama and his challenger, Mitt Romney. But between Romney’s radical move to the center and Obama’s lackluster performance, the two seemed to agree more than they disagreed.

Inside FedEx's Emissions-Slashing Strategy

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By Bruce Kennedy

Published August 20, 2012

How did one of the world's biggest air freight companies slash its aircraft emissions nearly 14 percent over the last seven years?

By using a twist on the old environmentalist's maxim of "reduce, reuse, recyle."

GE Recently Receives Extensive Coverage on Its Environmental Initiatives

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GE is in the forefront of developing clean technology, energy sources such as wind and solar, that are not only better for the environment, but also reduce costs. To read the recent explosion of coverage, see the articles below.

 

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GE is in the forefront of developing clean technology, energy sources such as wind and solar, that are not only better for the environment, but also reduce costs. To read the recent explosion of coverage, see the articles below.

 

Top Ten GE Cleantech Initiatives

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GE has invested over $850 million to develop innovative renewable energy technologies since entering the industry back in 2002. This CleanTechies article names the top ten GE cleantech initiatives and discusses the effect GE’s contribution has made to the renewable energy industry.

 

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GE has invested over $850 million to develop innovative renewable energy technologies since entering the industry back in 2002. This CleanTechies article names the top ten GE cleantech initiatives and discusses the effect GE’s contribution has made to the renewable energy industry.

 

Good Sun: Finding the Best Place for Solar

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Some places actually have “better” sun than others for producing solar power, but identifying those places isn’t always intuitive.

Contrary to what I would have guessed, Hawaii does not have the best sun for solar energy production. Factors like cloud cover, water vapor and atmospheric pressure determine how effectively the sun’s energy can be converted into electricity, so even places one might consider to be “sunny” aren’t necessarily the best for electricity production.

Xcel Energy and SunPower Complete 19-Megawatt Solar PV Plant, Colorado's Largest to Date

Additional 30-MW PV solar power plant underway
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) DENVER - March 24, 2011 - Xcel Energy (NYSE: XEL) and SunPower Corp. (Nasdaq: SPWRA, SPWRB) today announced the completion and commissioning of a 19-megawatt (ac) photovoltaic solar power plant in Colorado’s Alamosa County. The Greater Sandhill installation began generating power on December 22, 2010 and is currently the largest operating PV solar power plant in Colorado.

US Solar Energy Industry

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A common refrain in Washington is that countries like China and India are winning the battle on clean energy.  It’s an argument that, strangely enough, is used to fuel what are often conflicting arguments—such as whether we should or

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