March 16, 2012

The Path to Accelerating Energy Innovation

Rebecca Bagley, Forbes


Wired

What do you get when you gather 2,500 researchers, entrepreneurs, investors, large companies, startups and government officials in one place for three days to discuss energy innovation?  They immediately coalesce around the latest developments in advanced energy research, technology and applications. . .

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