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02/25/2010 10:35 AM     print story email story  

Cleantech Companies Feature Prominently on MIT's Innovative 50 List

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Technology Review, published by MIT, released its "50 Most Innovative Companies" list, featuring numerous cleantech firms regularly covered on SustainableBusiness.com.

Some of those companies include:

  • Coskata
  • eSolar
  • Tesla Motors
  • 1366 Technologies
  • A123 Systems (Nasdaq: AONE)
  • American Superconductor (Nasdaq: AMSC)
  • First Solar (Nasdaq: FSLR)
  • Tesla Motors
  • Applied Materials (Nasdaq: AMAT)
  • Serious Materials
  • Solyndra 

At the link below, you can view the full list and click through to read summaries of the technology, market, company strategy and challenges.

In Related News...

MIT Enterprise Forum's Ignite Clean Energy Competition (ICE) and the Cleantech Open--the two largest cleantech business competitions in the US--have agreed to combine their resources and efforts.

Both competitions provide a nexus for cleantech innovation, money and entrepreneurial spirit that has catalyzed the progress of homegrown companies--from a spark of an idea to a viable cleantech startup. The organizations have also been extraordinarily successful in securing private and public funding--including the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the U.S. Department of Energy. This year, the Cleantech Open and ICE will graduate dozens of viable startups through their extensive training and mentoring programs, and provide sponsoring companies with access and exposure to the best and brightest cleantech ideas and entrepreneurs.

"This partnership will create a truly national clean energy business competition that will provide clean tech entrepreneurs from coast-to-coast with opportunities in training and mentorship," said Clean Energy Center Executive Director Patrick Cloney.

Website: www.technologyreview.com/companywatch/tr50/



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