Thursday, April 5, 2007

The Clean Tech Sector continues to gain momentum. Companies are changing the matrix of how they choose resources for their business. As resources become more valuable, pioneers are responding with new business models. The market place for innovation and a transformation of existing infrastructure continues to grow. In of the month of May 06 alone more then 200M was invested in Clean Tech industries. Investments were across the board in solar, fuel cells, batteries, ethanol, and software (statistics from Venture Power). In addition, we are seeing measurable gains from industry leaders (GE Ecomagination Revenues Cross $10 Billion )

Economic and social pressures are leading to the adoption of technologies designed to support more sustainable and environmentally benign production and use of materials. Successful companies -- old and new -- are following their customers along that path. CleanTech will need innovative thinkers to transform the business status quo.

This blog will cover how professional management teams will partner with early pioneers to accelerate the production and distribution of goods and services in the CleanTech industry.

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