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Will Tesla and Toyota create as many jobs as hoped? May 21, 2010
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"A lot of clean-tech companies are steering clear of the markets and trying to wait out the storm," said Dallas Kachan, managing partner of Kachan & Co., a clean-tech research firm. "In a year that's been so thin for clean-tech IPOs in America, we could use a Christmas present."
SolarCity shines after delayed IPO, Dec 13. 2012
"I suspect SolarCity wouldn't have made this decision unless they thought they'd see some upward movement in the stock," said Dallas Kachan, managing partner of the Kachan & Co. clean-tech research firm. "This feels like a way to create a first-day bump."
SolarCity tweaks initial offering, Dec 12, 2012
"Ninety-two million is still a lot of money," said Dallas Kachan, managing partner of cleantech consulting firm Kachan & Co. "Maybe the [SolarCity] IPO is a faster route to capital than trying to raise another private round. And they could be artificially lowering the price in an effort to best position the stock to rise."
SolarCity's IPO is a go; prices at $8 a share, Dec 12, 2012
What's in the cards for greentech in 2013? Ask Dallas Kachan, founder of San Francisco-based clean technology market research and consulting company Kachan & Co. [translated]
2013年绿色技术的六大趋势, Dec 12, 2012
"Everyone in the U.S. is watching the SolarCity IPO," said Dallas Kachan of cleantech research firm Kachan. "Cleantech stocks are still underperforming. It's an important bellwether exit for U.S. investors and entrepreneurs."
All eyes on San Mateo-based SolarCity's upcoming IPO, Dec 11, 2012
"Does that mean cleantech is finished? Not at all. But much like young Skywalker learned in Episode V, cleantech is about to find out that the Empire sometimes gets its revenge."
Predictions for Cleantech in 2013, Dec 10, 2012