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Kachan in Impact Magazine

[This new renewable fuel development] would "turn fuel as we know it on its ear," says cleantech analyst Dallas Kachan, Managing Partner of Kachan & Co.

New Clean Fuel Could be Energy "Sweet Spot," Fall 2011 issue

Quoted in the press

“China has positioned itself very well as the clean technology minerals leader. The rest of the world is years behind them. The U.S. has no commercial rare earth element refining operations. China effectively has a strangle hold on the rare earth elements needed for cleantech.”

— Dallas Kachan

Afghanistan’s lithium Eureka: A big win for China, or another Bolivia?, Jun 14, 2010

“Osmotic power isn't dependent on large visible arrays of hardware in fields or on skylines.”

— Dallas Kachan

Osmotic Power Could Generate Electricity for Half of Europe by 2030 - Strong Emphasis on Could, June 14, 2010

“The promise of osmotic power is significant and an industry is beginning to emerge.”

— Dallas Kachan

Power from osmosis? New twist on water-generated electricity, June 9, 2010

“There are still technical, permitting and regulatory hurdles.”

— Dallas Kachan

Osmotic Power: Where Fresh and Salty Water Meet, June 9, 2010

“If the DOE loan is dependent on Musk retaining a certain percentage of Tesla, there is no guarantee that this won’t happen due to [his] divorce settlement. Investors should bear that in mind.”

— Dallas Kachan

Tesla backs up: New S-1 language tackles Musk finances, divorce, June 2, 2010

“It’s up to the courts to decide, but this feels like material information.”

— Dallas Kachan

Tesla’s Elon Musk: “I ran out of cash”, May 27, 2010