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Full Spectrum Solar

September 5th, 2007 |
Full Spectrum Solar

Full Spectrum Solar is a local, independent leader in solar energy installations in Madison, Wisc. The brainchild of brothers Burke and Marc O’Neal, Full Spectrum has installed over one hundred solar energy systems, including the largest grid-connected battery-backup and residential ...
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PARC: From inkjets to Solar PV

August 20th, 2007 |
PARC: From inkjets to Solar PV

I love this interview with Scott Elrod, manager of the hardware systems group at the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC, for short). PARC, under the creative and enthusiastic leadership of Elrod, has ventured into the clean technology area. Recently, PARC ...
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Erik Straser: An Energetic Energy Investor, Part 2

June 18th, 2007 |
Erik Straser: An Energetic Energy Investor, Part 2

Everywhere you look, it seems, you’ll find another story on cleantech. If you’re curious about the investment community around this fast-growing (and increasingly-hyped) industry, you’ll want to hear what Erik Straser has to say.

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Meet an energetic energy investor

June 13th, 2007 |
Meet an energetic energy investor

Erik Straser leads the cleantech investment of Mohr Davidow Ventures. It’s his job to seek out promising start-ups in solar energy, biofuels, energy storage, industrial biotech and clean coal.

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Biofuel feedstock: How efficiently can plants capture solar energy?

May 18th, 2007 |
Biofuel feedstock: How efficiently can plants capture solar energy?

Plants are not as efficient as you might think in capturing solar energy. Current photovoltaic panels can capture more energy per square meter — quite a bit more in fact — than biomass crops that are being suggested as feedstock ...
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