By James Marvin, A former Navy Seal and currently a clean-energy consultant at Environmental Entrepreneurs.
Every day around the world, technologies that are developed by the military help our troops carry out missions that keep America safe. But beyond strengthening our national security and giving Americans peace of mind, military investments in technology yield another dividend — economic growth. And a new report from Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) shows just how big that growth can be. >>View blog post at www.stripes.com
March 4 -- The 2013 ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit concluded Wednesday with a final networking session in the Technology Showcase, providing a final opportunity for exhibitors and attendees to find future contributors and collaborators for research and build relationships with entrepreneurs and investors for future stages of funding. >>View Article
December 18 -- U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration grant will fund a study to access creation of center to guide entrepreneurs and validate and assess innovative technologies. >>View Article
August 17 -- The Clean Energy Patent Growth Index (CEPGI), published quarterly by the Cleantech Groupat Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P.C. provides an indication of the trend of innovative activity in the Clean Energy sector from 2002 to the present. Results from the Q1 2012 reveal the CEPGI to have a value of 694 granted U.S. patents, the highest quarter since tracking of the CEPGI began and up 154 over the first quarter of 2011. >>View Article