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Kachan in Chemical & Engineering News

“There are more indications than ever that some [large investors] are becoming increasingly reluctant to fund cleantech. They’ve been grousing about cleantech for years. But the politicizing of the Solyndra bankruptcy has amped the rhetoric higher than ever and will foster a self-fulfilling prophecy in 2012.”

— Dallas Kachan

Cleantech: Renewables Firms Will Look To Corporate Investors To Grow, Jan 12, 2012

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Trevor Curwin's blog

Submitted by Trevor Curwin on Mon, 12/12/2011 - 11:50

While some dismiss solar today because of poor company valuations, there's much to be optimistic about in the industry, even now, argues Kachan analyst Trevor Curwin.

Submitted by Trevor Curwin on Tue, 09/14/2010 - 10:21

Today, World Energy [NASDAQ: XWES] announced a partnership with Alban Engine Power Systems, a Maryland-based Caterpillar [NYSE: CAT] equipment dealer, to offer demand response capabilities to existing service agreements for standby power systems clients.

What's the significance?