Kachan in CNBC
“Look for food prices to increase in 2012,” says [Kachan & Co. managing partner Dallas] Kachan. “Crop yields today are dependent on inexpensive oil and gas, especially petroleum-based fertilizers ... change in how we produce food is needed now.”
Thinking About Food at Davos, Jan 22, 2012
Quoted in the press
“In an industry where there’s a certain amount of disappointment about progress to date in grid-level storage, vanadium flow batteries are one of the more promising technologies,” Kachan said.
Vanadium miner plugs into energy storage sector, Feb 26, 2013
As [Kachan] points out, companies are trying derive natural gas from renewable sources such as landfill and agricultural waste; utilities could use this energy in their existing infrastructure, avoiding the need for expensive wind turbines or solar power. "If we can, in fact, crack the code of making large volumes of pipeline grade natural gas from renewable sources, that is potentially hugely disruptive to the whole world of energy," Kachan contends.
New Natural-Gas Technologies Could Boost Cleantech, Feb 20, 2013
Dallas Kachan, managing partner of cleantech research firm Kachan & Co., says 2013 will show that EV supply chain companies have not accounted for the growing efficiency of fossil fuel vehicles, and says it’s a “bad time to be Better Place.”
Better Place Winds Down US Operations, Feb 11, 2013
“Notoriously conservative mining companies and their shareholders are starting to realize that the capital expenses of new clean technologies can be offset by reduced operating costs and the potential for new revenues,” according to Dallas Kachan, managing partner of Kachan & Co.
Canada’s northern mining opportunity will test us, Feb 8, 2013
As Dallas Kachan of Kachan puts it, “with the global economic slowdown, there’s more need than ever to do more with less – one of cleantech’s central tenets.”
More With Less: The Cleantech Specialty, Feb 6, 2013
From the pages of Forbes, Dallas Kachan, founder of greentech consulting and research firm Kachan & Co., forecasts trends in 2013 concerning the world of sustainable technology [translated].
Forbes stila i trends 2013 per il settore green tech, Dec 17, 2012