28 January 2011

Green Skeptic Friday LinkFest - 01/28/11

Snow Day at Water Tower
Snow hit us hard this week in Philadelphia, causing postponement of the Water-Energy Nexus conversation I was to moderate at Morgan Lewis yesterday.  The event, co-sponsored by the Cleantech Alliance Mid-Atlantic and the Greater Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technology (PACT), and featuring a top notch group of investors in the water space, has been moved to February 16th.  More details here.

Here are my links for this week:

NRG, ConocoPhillips and GE dive into energy venture capital together with a $300 million fund: Corporate Investors

Cold Fusion From Italy Nearly Commercial Ready. Now this could be a game-changer: Cold Fusion

News about a couple of Green Skeptic portfolio holdings:

EnerNOC Buys M2M for Its Wireless Tech and Utility Contracts in California, Midwest: $ENOC

Cree raises stakes in LED bulb race with a 60W replacement: $CREE

One Degree Solar, which supplies solar products in developing countries is trying to raise $8,000 in 50 days to win the Unreasonable Institute competition.  Join me in supporting this excellent social enterprise: One Degree Solar

DOE's Energy Innovation Portal links energy technologies with market opportunities: DOE

Advancing the clean energy partnership between the United States and China: China-US

And, finally, my pal Alexander Conrad is just trying to get his wife back from China.  But the USCIS is being a pain in the you-know-what.  Read this story and then write to Congressman Larsen to urge him to reunite this family. 

Have a great weekend everyone!

(Disclosure: I hold a long positions in ENOC and CREE. This post is for informational purposes only and is neither intended to be investment advice nor an offer, or the solicitation of any offer, to buy or sell any securities.  I also serve on the advisory board of One Degree Solar and am co-founder and board member of the Cleantech Alliance Mid-Atlantic.)

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