According to the mainstream media, 2012 was the year of the "cleantech bust." Beyond the headlines, however, a number of government mandates, business developments, and technological shifts are combining to bring a new level of sophistication to cleantech businesses worldwide.
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Date: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Time: 12:00 pm EST
Priorities in the cleantech market are shifting quickly. With the U.S. economy stabilizing, stringent emissions limits looming in the European Union, and nations in Asia Pacific – particularly China – taking a newly aggressive role in clean energy markets, utilities, investors, and end users have shifted their focus away from grandiose projects and bleeding-edge technologies and onto workable technologies that can be funded and brought to market quickly. The coming year will usher in a period of accelerated commercialization and real-world experience.
This webinar examines key emerging cleantech trends to watch in 2013, with a focus on smart energy technologies, the evolution of the utility business model, and applications for clean technologies in large cities. Featuring research directors Kerry-Ann Adamson and Eric Woods, along with senior research analyst Bob Lockhart, this webinar will provide key insights on the overall evolution of the cleantech industry as well as a more detailed analysis of the major forces that are driving investment, adoption, and regulatory change.
Kerry-Ann Adamson, Research Director, Pike Research
Eric Woods, Research Director, Pike Research
Bob Lockhart, Senior Research Analyst, Pike Research
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