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If you’re wondering where the cleantech hot spots are around the globe, then we have the ultimate map for you: Earth2Tech’s 101 Cleantech Startups, where you can see how cleantech companies are sprouting up all over the place. The different sectors — like solar, energy storage, […]

If you’re wondering where the cleantech hot spots are around the globe, then we have the ultimate map for you: Earth2Tech’s 101 Cleantech Startups, where you can see how cleantech companies are sprouting up all over the place.

The different sectors — like solar, energy storage, biofuels and electric vehicles — are all represented by a logo, and each pin on the map has all of the vital stats for each startup (founding year, investors, technology, etc.). We admit we’ve got a bit of a Valley skew, but we’ve thrown in some of the international cleantech heavyweights as well.

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And for those of you who are fans of our other maps, make sure to check out our Biofuels Deathwatch map and Coal Deathwatch map.

  1. http://ibdeditorials.com/IBDArticles.aspx?id=288576545813154

    Bio-Foolish Behavior
    By INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY | Posted Friday, February 22, 2008 4:20 PM PT

    Environment: In 2005, America used 15% of its corn crop to replace just 2% of its gasoline. Two new studies say use of biofuels will leave the world a warmer and hungrier place.

    (The Environmental Elite = The Enemy of the Poor & Hungry)

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    1. Sanjong; Much has changed since 2005. Research is progressing toward biodiesel (not ethanol), which is Not food based. Algae is one of several materials biodiesel can be from.

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  2. [...] cleantech startups, where you can see how cleantech companies are sprouting up all over the globe. Continue reading on Earth2Tech. Share/Send Sphere Print Previous [...]

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  3. Maybe Panapa could help you to map all this interesting data !

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  4. Great post, I will research on the other ones.
    tks

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  5. [...] friends over at Earth2Tech have put together a map of 101 cleantech startups, including many of the companies we’ve been [...]

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  6. A bit of a skew is an understatement. If you’d like details of European Cleantech (ETS, if you please, in the UK) contact us.

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  7. Missing Serious Materials in Sunnyvale.

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  8. It’s exciting to see such a robust ecosystem of CleanTech startups growing around the world. For companies developing technology solutions to help address today’s environmental challenges, I want to let you know about The Ingenuity Point, a worldwide contest that recognizes and celebrates passionate people and innovative software companies making a difference for our future. This contest round ends on 2/28/08 so submit your entry today for a chance to be recognized and win.

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  9. Here’s the link to the contest for clean tech startups.

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