The U.S. Department of Energy has released its Inaugural Quadrennial Technology Review Report (DOE-QTR), which establishes a viable framework outside and beyond the annual budget process for the DOE’s technology activities and investments by prioritizing activities in a multi-year articulation in order not only of their importance but of their eventual value.
There are millions, if not billions, to be made by whoever figures out the "killer tech" when it comes to creating power from unlimited renewable energy sources like the sun, wind, tides and the geothermal heat trapped in the earth.
More and more, investing in energy and environment-related companies is looking like a good move.
While the rest of the economy has stalled, this sector has grown exponentially – driven in part by government spending—and is providing new jobs. Recently another financial services company jumped on the green investment bandwagon.
Oxford Analytica, commissioned by CMS Legal Services, produced a report on the state of European clean technology innovation.