Anaerobic digestion is a technology used around the world to convert organic materials and waste into clean energy. This week the Renewable Energy Leader's Forum features Harvest Power, a company pioneering the commercial development of anaerobic digestion in the North America.
Here is our interview with Harvest Power CEO and co-founder Paul Sellew:
When sales projections are rosy and share prices of publicly traded companies are booming (EBOOM CAPITAL July 29), venture capitalists invested in private companies rub their hands together and think about strategies to convert their positions to ca
As renewable energy and clean technologies continue to boom and establish stronger positions in the energy industry, new companies with groundbreaking concepts, technologies, and ideas are popping up almost daily. In order to move from concept to commercialization, these startup companies require capital from investors.
Across the world there is a movement occurring called Transition Town. There are literally thousands of small communities, some not so small, that are taking matters into their own hands and finding ways to decrease and/or eliminate their dependence on oil.
Recent think-tank reports, combined with the news of the Canadian government walking away from their ecoEnergy program, reveal an embarrassing disinterest at the federal level in promoting sustainable energy.