Clean Technology 2010

Emerging National Innovation Funding Priorities—and the Benefits to Innovators and Investors

J. Croce
Nevada Institute for Renewable Energy Commercialization, US

Keywords: Renewable Energy, Energy commercialization

Abstract:

Much has been written regarding the nation’s imperative to enable the commercialization and widespread deployment of clean energy technologies. As evidenced by the widening investment gap between the U.S. and other parts of the world in clean energy, bold national policy initiatives are required to effectively compete. Fortunately, new clean energy innovation and deployment policies are under development at the federal level that have the potential to dramatically transform the funding landscape in the U.S. Jim will discuss the challenges currently thwarting clean energy innovation and widespread asset deployment, and explore the opportunities and funding support under consideration by the Obama administration and Congress. These changes are destined to benefit technologists and investors, alike. NIREC extends a special invitation to CLEAN ENERGY RESEARCHERS and START-UP COMPANIES: Attend this session for an IMPORTANT FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT.
 
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