Is solar the next great market opportunity?

Published on December 7th, 2007 | by

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It sure seems so here in California. I can’t go a week without hearing an angel investor or VC say that they are on the look out for good renewable energy and clean tech deals, and solar seems to the be most popular sub-sector. At Wednesday evening’s reception for the ThinkEquity Patners’ ThinkGreen conference, attendees […]

Green Brings in the Green: Eco-Consumers Go Wild

Published on November 15th, 2007 | by

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Even the most eco-conscious of you have to buy something. But how much “green buying” is helping the cause, and when is a little moderation called for? The number of booths, and retailers and products at the Green Festival in San Francisco was truly overwhelming. The loot attendees carted away had people listing to one […]

GreenFestival and other Green Events in the Bay Area this Week

Published on November 9th, 2007 | by

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The GreenFestival starts today in San Francisco, and it is just one of many interesting-sounding green events sprouting up everywhere. I’m listing a few here, but I encourage others to write in with the many Bay Area events I have surely missed. The Green Business Conference ends in just a couple of hours, but this […]

The Green Business Conference: Entrepreneurs Step Up

Published on November 9th, 2007 | by

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Welcome to a new blog about entrepreneurs who care about the environment, healthy living, fair wages or fair trade (or all of the above). Co-op America’s San Francisco Green Business Conference, which ends later today, has attracted hundreds of entrepreneurs and others who intend to launch new businesses. I’ve seen entrepreneurs connecting (“your product would […]