In this section you can find different insights, overviews, whitepapers and briefs on a variety of topics related to energy and cleantech from the three hubs.
The U.S. Cleantech Investment Ecosystem
Cleantech investments in the U.S. are changing. Traditional sources of funding for cleantech, such as venture capital, have declined, opening up for non-traditional funding options from strategic and philanthropic investors and corporations. This report provides an overview of the investment ecosystem in the U.S., including geographical clusters with cleantech accelerators and incubators
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Biomass Power Generation in China
Biomass power generation is gaining traction in China. This report provides an overview of the opportunities and challenges that exist in the biomass sector, as well as governmental policies and major players
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U.S. Automotive Market
The U.S. automotive market, like the overall global market, is truly in a transition phase. While some automotive manufacturers’ core focus is still on combustion engines, other OEMs are increasingly shifting their product mix to hybrid and electric models. Read about the trends concerning the U.S. automotive market in this extensive report written by Business Sweden on request of the Swedish Energy Agency
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The Chinese Automotive Industry
Economic slowdown and an ongoing trade war with the United States have impacted the Chinese automotive market. Electric vehicles remain a promising segment, and development is largely driven by solutions addressing the three main issues created by the last decade’s market boom: energy consumption, pollution and traffic congestion. This report provides an overview of the current climate in the Chinese automotive industry.
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NYC's Green New Deal
New York City’s “Green New Deal” was passed in April 2019. This document outlines key policies of the deal and the impact it has on real estate stakeholders.
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Key Takeaways from California Wildfire Mitigation Plan Workshop
The California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) held a workshop in September 2019, inviting six Investor Owned Utilities (IOU) to discuss plans for wildfire mitigation.
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