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“Every courtship begins with a first dance.”
Will Tesla and Toyota create as many jobs as hoped? May 21, 2010
Quoted in the press
Next year is shaping up to be something of a year of backtracking for the cleantech industry, according to an analysis by Kachan & Co., a cleantech research and consulting firm.
Cleantech on the decline? Predictions for 2013, Dec 5, 2012
Kachan expects worldwide cleantech venture capital investment in 2013 to decline even further than it did in 2012, never to return to the previous highs it achieved before the financial crisis of 2007-2008.
Global Cleantech To "Backtrack" in 2013, Dec 4, 2012
The amount of venture capital available for clean technology, a key indicator of the industry's health, will seriously decline in 2013, predicts [Kachan & Co.] an international cleantech consultancy.
2013 could be rough year for cleantech, insider predicts, Dec 4, 2012
We haven't heard much of this kind of perspective on the cleantech industry before.
What's in store for cleantech in 2013, Dec 4, 2012
“By virtually every metric that matters, China is the place to be doing business in cleantech these days,” said Dallas Kachan, managing partner of Kachan & Co., an international cleantech consultancy.
China filled with opportunity and peril for Western clean tech companies, Nov 26, 2012
Kachan & Co., which had organized the trade mission, greased the gears on either end: It gave the Canadian firms practical tips on how to win over investors at workshops in Vancouver and Toronto, and sent out exclusive invitations to venture capitalists, businesspeople and "other important deal-makers" in China.
Behind China's Green Wall: Special Report, Nov 26, 2012