• Producing the Next Generation of Transportation Fuels from Clean Tech - Part 1
    Producing the Next Generation of Transportation Fuels from Clean Tech - Part 1
    03:22 | John Ince | Dec 19th, 2007 |

    Jonathan S Wolfson, President and CEO of Solazyme Inc. talks with John Ince about how biotech companies in the biodiesel space can reduce their carbon footprint by focusing on process technology to make savings and reduce the amount of energy that goes into biofuels production. He also talks ...

  • Controlling Emissions from Diesel Trucks and Power Plants - Part 2
    Controlling Emissions from Diesel Trucks and Power Plants - Part 2
    03:06 | John Ince | Dec 18th, 2007 |

    Ever start to gaggle when driving behind a huge diesel truck spewing forth noxious exhaust fumes? Lincoln Evans Beauchamp, CEO of EWA Environmental Inc., decided to do something about it. His Palo Alto based startup has developed a green technology that reduces exhaust emissions of diesel trucks, one ...

  • Controlling Emissions from Diesel Trucks and Power Plants - Part 1
    Controlling Emissions from Diesel Trucks and Power Plants - Part 1
    03:31 | John Ince | Dec 18th, 2007 |

    Ever start to gaggle when driving behind a huge diesel truck spewing forth noxious exhaust fumes? Lincoln Evans Beauchamp, CEO of EWA Environmental Inc., decided to do something about it. His Palo Alto based startup has developed a green technology that reduces exhaust emissions of diesel trucks, one ...

  • Reducing Commercial Consumption of Electricity - Part 2
    Reducing Commercial Consumption of Electricity - Part 2
    05:02 | John Ince | Dec 18th, 2007 |

    Tim Healy, CEO of EnerNoc talks with John Ince about how while students at Dartmouth’s Tuck School, they created a network operation center, to better manage the electricity across multiple grids and help companies reduce their consumption of electricity. EnerNoc, the company they created on the idea of ...

  • Reducing Commercial Consumption of Electricity - Part1
    Reducing Commercial Consumption of Electricity - Part1
    05:37 | John Ince | Dec 14th, 2007 |

    Tim Healy, CEO of EnerNoc talks with John Ince about how while students at Dartmouth’s Tuck School, they created a network operation center, to better manage the electricity across multiple grids and help companies reduce their consumption of electricity. EnerNoc, the company they created on the idea of ...

  • The Emerging Water Crisis - Part 2
    The Emerging Water Crisis - Part 2
    03:29 | John Ince | Dec 7th, 2007 |

    Jeff Green, CEO of NanoH2O talks with John Ince about the outlines of the emerging water crisis and how their next generation reverse osmosis membranes employing nano technology with polymer thin films can create a more energy efficient membrane in the desalinization technology. This Part 2 of a 2 Part ...

  • The Emerging Water Crisis - Part 1
    The Emerging Water Crisis - Part 1
    03:19 | John Ince | Dec 7th, 2007 |

    Jeff Green, CEO of NanoH2O talks with John Ince about the outlines of the emerging water crisis and how their next generation reverse osmosis membranes employing nano technology with polymer thin films can create a more energy efficient membrane in the desalinization technology. This Part 1 of a 2 Part ...

  • The Future of the Electric Car - Part 2
    The Future of the Electric Car - Part 2
    04:07 | John Ince | Dec 6th, 2007 |

    Gary Starr, Chairman of Electric Vehicle Company, Zap! talks with John Ince about the challenges facing widespread consumer acceptance of electric vehicles. Starr points out that in regions like China and Europe, where the government has actively promoted electric vehicles, the adoption rate by consumers is soaring. ...

  • The Future of the Electric Car - Part 1
    The Future of the Electric Car - Part 1
    05:48 | John Ince | Dec 5th, 2007 |

    Gary Starr, Chairman of Electric Vehicle Company, Zap! talks with John Ince about the challenges facing widespread consumer acceptance of electric vehicles. Starr points out that in regions like China and Europe, where the government has actively promoted electric vehicles, the adoption rate by consumers is soaring. ...

  • Distributed Energy Systems: Energy Savings Through Production Near the Point of Use - Part 2
    Distributed Energy Systems: Energy Savings Through Production Near the Point of Use - Part 2
    03:33 | John Ince | Nov 27th, 2007 |

    Danny B. Pratte, Chairman and CEO of PrimeGen Power talks with John Ince about their distributed energy system that enables significant saving by producing energy very close to the point of use. PrimeGen Power is developing solid oxide fuels cells for the electric utility industry that can aid in ...

  • Distributed Energy Systems: Energy Savings Through Production Near the Point of Use - Part 1
    Distributed Energy Systems: Energy Savings Through Production Near the Point of Use - Part 1
    02:51 | John Ince | Nov 27th, 2007 |

    Danny B. Pratte, Chairman and CEO of PrimeGen Power talks with John Ince about their distributed energy system that enables significant saving by producing energy very close to the point of use. PrimeGen Power is developing solid oxide fuels cells for the electric utility industry that can aid in ...

  • Producing BioFuels for Mass Markets - Part 2
    Producing BioFuels for Mass Markets - Part 2
    05:30 | John Ince | Nov 26th, 2007 |

    Philip Brown, President and CEO of Diversified Energy Corporation talks with John Ince about how they have developed a proprietary technology that enables them to make conventional transportation fuels from renewable sources, that can be distributed through the existing pipelines and infrastructures of the major oil companies. ...

  • Producing BioFuels for Mass Markets - Part 1
    Producing BioFuels for Mass Markets - Part 1
    02:51 | John Ince | Nov 26th, 2007 |

    Phillip Brown, President and CEO of Diversified Energy Corporation talks with John Ince about how they have developed a proprietary technology that enables them to make conventional transportation fuels from renewable sources, that can be distributed through the existing pipelines and infrastructures of the major oil companies. ...

  • Bringing Down The Cost of Photovoltaic Solar Cells - Part 2
    Bringing Down The Cost of Photovoltaic Solar Cells - Part 2
    02:07 | John Ince | Nov 16th, 2007 |

    Roy Johnson, CEO of CaliSolar Inc. talks with John Ince about new techniques for reducing the cost of photovoltaics. PV Cells have long held the promise of providing clean electricity and competitive rates, but the stumbling block has always been the cost of the silicon chips. CaliSolar believes ...

  • Bringing Down The Cost of Photovoltaic Solar Cells - Part 1
    Bringing Down The Cost of Photovoltaic Solar Cells - Part 1
    02:20 | John Ince | Nov 16th, 2007 |

    Roy Johnson, CEO of CaliSolar Inc. talks with John Ince about new techniques for reducing the cost of photovoltaics. PV Cells have long held the promise of providing clean electricity and competitive rates, but the stumbling block has always been the cost of the silicon chips. CaliSolar believes ...

  • Producing BioCrude from Algae? Price is the Key
    Producing BioCrude from Algae? Price is the Key
    02:45 | John Ince | Nov 15th, 2007 |

    Lissa Morganthaler-Jones, President and CEO of LiveFuels talks with John Ince about the process of converting algae into BioCrude Oil. She and an alliance of scientists and labs at LiveFuels are betting that they can make the conversion at a reasonable priceā€“approaching a dollar a gallon by 2010. ...

  • Green Shade Trees Coming Soon To a Parking Lot Near You - Part 2
    Green Shade Trees Coming Soon To a Parking Lot Near You - Part 2
    03:52 | John Ince | Nov 12th, 2007 |

    Bob Noble, Founder and CEO of Envision Solar talks with John Ince about the market opportunities they see in building photovoltaic “shade trees.” Their proprietary technologies combines the off grid photovoltaic solar cells mounted upon a tree shaped structure that shades the cars below from sunlight, enabling parking lots ...

  • Green Shade Trees Coming Soon To a Parking Lot Near You - Part 1
    Green Shade Trees Coming Soon To a Parking Lot Near You - Part 1
    02:38 | John Ince | Nov 12th, 2007 |

    Bob Noble, Founder and CEO of Envision Solar talks with John Ince about the market opportunities they see in building photovoltaic “shade trees.” Their proprietary technologies combines the off grid photovoltaic solar cells mounted upon a tree shaped structure that shades the cars below from sunlight, enabling parking lots ...

  • Keyword Discovery and Competitive Intelligence in Search
    Keyword Discovery and Competitive Intelligence in Search
    01:52 | John Ince | Oct 17th, 2007 |

    Becky Ryan, director of business development with Trellian, discusses strategies for boosting Web traffic using keyword discovery and competitive intelligence. She explains why it is crucial for online storefront owners or anybody with a Web business model based upon search generated traffic must develop a strategy for maximizing the value ...

  • ADSDAQ: A Stock Exchange for Advertising, Part 2
    ADSDAQ: A Stock Exchange for Advertising, Part 2
    03:42 | John Ince | Oct 16th, 2007 |

    Jay Sears, senior vice president for Context Web and ADSDAQ talks with John Ince about how advertising exchanges have suddenly emerged as premium Web properties with Google acquiring Doubleclick for $3.1 billion, Yahoo! acquiring Right Media for $800 million and Microsoft acquiring aQuantive for $6+ billion. Sears believes that this ...

  • Adsdaq: A Stock Exchange for Advertising - Part 1
    Adsdaq: A Stock Exchange for Advertising - Part 1
    02:40 | John Ince | Oct 15th, 2007 |

    Jay Sears, senior vice president at Context Web, talks about the ADSDAQ online advertising exchange. ADSDAQ is distinguished from other advertising exchanges by 1) premium inventory, 2) pricing control both for advertisers and publishers, 3) a contextual search engine that reads content in real time 4) open access to publishers ...

  • What's Hot In Search Strategies?
    What's Hot In Search Strategies?
    02:32 | John Ince | Oct 11th, 2007 |

    Erik Collier, director of product management for Ask.com, talks about how new research in usability are driving innovation in search. Ask has developed a new user interface that blends search results while Google has introduced “Universal Search” that integrates images and videos with text based results. And Collier’s colleagues at ...

  • A Thin Internet Portal for Mobile Devices
    A Thin Internet Portal for Mobile Devices
    04:18 | John Ince | Oct 11th, 2007 |

    As more and more cellphones become Web enabled, Anurag Nigam and Manish Lachwani, co-founders of InSync Inc., believe there is a growing need for an Internet portal for mobile devices. Their San Francisco-based, self-funded startup, 411Synch enables anyone to access their favorites on the Web with one touch, keyword strokes. ...

  • Why Print is Not Yet Dead
    Why Print is Not Yet Dead
    03:13 | John Ince | Oct 10th, 2007 |

    Christian Wilson and Kelly Springer, who head up Business Development of the startup Website Magazine are two true believers who feel that there is still a role for a print publication focused on the Web. Although their publication is also published online, they believe that many people still enjoy the ...

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