Seven clean tech reporters to follow this Earth Day

April 22, 2014

Every Earth Day, people all over the world stop to appreciate the environment and acknowledge the importance of protecting it. Earth Day is a wonderful celebration and a great reminder, but what about the other 364 days of the year? The people who keep society regularly talking about environmental issues and how we can reduce waste and conserve resources are instrumental in preserving our planet. So, this Earth Day, we’re giving a nod to our favorite writers reporting on clean tech, along with some of their recent kick ass coverage.

  1. Pete Danko (@petedanko) - National Geographic: U.S. Solar Power Surges Ahead in New Report, But Tax Credit Battle Looms
  2. Katie Fehrenbacher (@katiefehren) – GigaOm: With electric car market in its infancy, Tesla still needs to take big risks
  3.  Ucilia Wang (@uciliawang) – Freelancer: Follow The Money: Who Is Funding Energy Storage And Why
  4. Martin LaMonica (@mlamonica) – Freelancer: Is It Getting Any Easier for Cleantech Firms to Cross the 'Valley of Death'?
  5. Erin Ailworth (@ailworth) - Boston Globe: Clean tech sector’s cachet rises abroad
  6. Diane Cardwell (@dianeNYT) - New York Times: Wind Industry’s New Technologies Are Helping It Compete on Price
  7. Jeff St. John (@jeffsaintjohn) - Greentech Media: Unique State Models Offer a Glimpse of New England’s Microgrid Future

Where do you get your clean tech news? Tweet to @MetisComm and tell us.

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