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clean tech

An umbrella term for systems that are more environmentally friendly and more energy efficient. Examples are solar power, wind power and LED lighting. Clean tech focuses on developing clean energy and conserving energy. Nanotechnology plays a part in clean tech because it is used in the development of solar panels, fuel cells, biofuels and solid state lighting. See nanotechnology.
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Technavio's analysts forecast the clean technology market in developing countries to grow at a CAGR of 11.
9 million funding grant will be delivered under the Gillard Labor Government s Clean Technology Investment Program.
Co-published with the Clean Technology and Sustainable Industries Organization (CTSI), this volume presents the technical proceedings of the 2011 CTSI Clean Technology and Sustainable Industries Conference and Expo, held in June 2011 in Boston, Massachusetts, which was part of the TechConnect World Annual Conference and Expo.
As regulatory systems are put in place around our national demand for energy security, overlain by international climate initiatives, Colorado has a foundation in place to lead in the development of clean technology.
By supporting promising clean technology projects in the development and demonstration stages, SDTC gets them to market faster," said Vicky J.
The LMG Clean Technology and Renewable Energy guide (a Euromoney Institutional Investor publication) provides an in-depth portrait of the legal clean technology market.
The Clean Technology Investment programs, which are funded by revenue from the carbon price, are an important part of the Gillard Labor Government's plan for a Clean Energy Future.
The international competition is designed to find and fund high-potential, early-stage clean technology companies.
Representing GreatPoint Energy were Tom Burton, Chair of Mintz Levin's Energy and Clean Technology Practice and a Member of the firm's Corporate & Securities Section, Sahir Surmeli, Co-Chair of the Energy and Clean Technology Practice and a Member of the firm's Corporate & Securities Section, along with attorneys Paula Valencia-Galbraith and Jeff McCourt, also of the Corporate and Securities Section.
The Clean Technology Investment programs, which are funded by revenue from the carbon price mechanism, are an important part of the Gillard Government's plan for a Clean Energy Future.
The two-day event brings together leaders in clean technology with a focus on Israel, a country that is rapidly emerging as a leader in this space.
GBI Research's new report, "Top Ten Clean Technology Trends in 2011" provides key information and detailed insight into clean technology industry trends.