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Posts tagged “Green Energy”

December 1, 2010

Premium Lock Analysts: Cleantech is 'growing up' but few exits will be IPOs

Cleantech Analysis firm R.W. Baird says most startups will exit through acquisitions, not stock offerings.

Updated November 30, 2010

Premium Lock ABB, which has U.S. HQ in Cary, makes a $4.2B buy

ABB workers position semiconductors The Switzerland-based power and automation technology firm will acquire Arkansas-based Baldor in a deal valued at $4.2 billion, including $1.1 billion in debt.

Updated November 25, 2010

Premium Lock Holiday rally for Cree: Shares climb 10% as analysts back stock

Cree "We continue to see Cree as one of the most compelling long-term growth stories in tech," says one analyst.

Updated November 9, 2010

Premium Lock IBM launches $50M 'Smarter Cities' grant program

Charlotte is already the site for one pilot program. Big Blue says it will provide 100 cities with technology and services over the next three years through a competitive review process.

Updated November 4, 2010

Premium Lock Smart grid, solar panels could drive up energy bills, VC investor warns

Gooing green Speaking at VentureBeat ‘GreenBeat’ conference, a Claremont Creek Ventures investor says more homes going off the power grid means higher costs for those left behind.

Updated November 2, 2010

Premium Lock Sneak peek: Electric ‘super car’ with N.C. roots

The Inizio, a $139,000 two-seat sports car from Li-ion Motors, is being unveiled today in Last Vegas.

170 MPH on batteries - The Inizio 170 MPH on batteries - The Inizio

Updated November 1, 2010

Premium Lock IBM puts a charge into Chevrolet’s Volt development

The car maker says IBM design and simulation software help speed development of the new vehicle.

Volt's battery train. Volt's battery train.

October 28, 2010

Premium Lock Progress Energy teams with Chevrolet for ‘Volt’ demonstration

Test drives in the electric-power vehicle will be available in Raleigh on Nov. 1. Progress also will obtain 12 Volts next year.

The Chevrolet Volt The Chevrolet Volt

Updated October 26, 2010

Premium Lock 'Carolina Watt-Busters’ dorm wins EPA energy contest

The Morrison Residence Hall at UNC-Chapel Hill is judged to have saved the most energy in the year-long EPA National Building Competition. A NCSU dorm finishes eighth.

Students and staff on roof of solar panel-lined roof at Morrison Hall Students and staff on roof of solar panel-lined roof at Morrison Hall

October 19, 2010

Premium Lock High-tech composites manufacturer to add 178 jobs in N.C.

Saertex Saertex receives $110,000 state grant to expand its plant in Mecklenburg County.

Updated October 14, 2010

Premium Lock Siemens Energy to add 139 jobs in Wake County

Siemens North Carolina offers $2.6 million in tax incentives for expansion of Siemens operations in Wendell. Siemens will invest $2.9 million. Jobs are related to “smart grid” technology.

October 14, 2010

Premium Lock IBM picks Australia for R&D ‘smarter planet’ lab

A logo for IBM's "smarter planet" Big Blue says the lab is its first that will combine research and development in one organization. The company plans to hire 150 people.

October 14, 2010

Premium Lock N.C. alternative energy companies up employee count 22%

NCSEA Survey from N.C. Sustainable Energy Association says renewable energy, energy efficiency related companies are growing despite slow economy.

Updated October 12, 2010

Premium Lock Maverick Biofuels picks N.C. as site for pilot plant

Maverick Biofuels The startup, which now employs four people, also launches a drive for investors in its proprietary technology.

Updated October 12, 2010

Premium Lock Google backs offshore wind farm project from New Jersey to Virginia

Wind power "We believe in investing in projects that make good business sense and further the development of renewable energy," Google exec says.

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