Where are the smartest minds in clean energy putting their development efforts? Instead of “pie in the sky” ideas, it appears energy technology developers are focusing on solving real problems with practical solutions.
Earlier this month, seventeen “early-stage” companies and student finalists competed for $300,000 in prizes at the 2013 Clean Energy Challenge in Chicago. The Challenge brought together some of the most promising clean energy businesses and university programs in the Midwest with the potential to bring game-changing innovations to the marketplace. These businesses and programs represented various aspects of clean energy, from biomass development and smart grid to improved wind turbines and advanced bearing technologies.…
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