Clean Techies


CleanTechies is a leading career site & business network providing insight, orientation, and opportunities for the CleanTech community. It focuses on renewable energy, resource efficiency, green building, and sustainable transportation.


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Articles:
Which State Leads the the Solar Power Race?
DIY Solar Power and The Inevitable Pressure of Innovations
Sustainable Aviation On The Horizon
France Unveils Measures to Decrease Energy Use
The $40 Billion in US Buildings
Verizon Expands Investment in Alternative Energy
Texas Legislature Passes Commercial and Industrial PACE Bill
Don’t Waste Your Energy: New Tracker Lets You Easily Search for States’ Energy Legislation
Green Buildings Will Sustain the Future Health of Billions
The Eugen Maersk and the Future of Clean Shipping
Time to Rethink Tax Policy for Diesel Fuel
Making Green Mining Less of an Oxymoron
The Importance of a Sustainable Energy Plan
Solar for Sure
European Union on Track to Reach 2020 Climate Goals
Time to standardize EV charging in America
Green Building is Now the Law in Dallas
LEED certification tax credit eligibility deadline fast approaching
Does Biodiesel Suffer From Ethanol’s Bad Rap?
Pollution-Free Boating
The Unintended Consequences of Reflective Pavements
20,000th LEED Project is Certified
2014 National Defense Authorization Act is huge win for LEED green building system
Renewables Now Cheaper Than Fossil Fuels in Australia
Biofuels Patents Surge, Small Players Drive Solar Lead
Hydrogen Cars to Hit the Road This Spring
European Union Gets 23.4% of Electricity From Renewables
Is an Electric Car Right for You?
2015 Volkswagen Jetta Diesel Jumps to 45 MPG on Highway
¿Será un coche eléctrico apto para sus necesidades?
Why can't we recover precious metals from landfills?
Where are America's Greenest Buildings?
The power of distributed power!
Verizon On Track to Be No. 1 Solar-Power Producer Among U.S. Communications Companies
Renewables Dominate New US Electrical Generating Capacity
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