Clean Tech Open Ideas Competition

The Clean Tech Open Ideas Competition seeks out the best clean technology ideas from around the world from revolutionary ways to generate clean energy, to better ways to filter water, to ideas about how governmental policies around climate change can foster new businesses. To find out more visit their Web site.


* Air, Water & Waste - Ways to cut pollution
* Energy Efficiency - More efficient methods and devices
* Renewable Energy - Replacements for fossil fuels
* Green Building - New kinds of buildings or materials
* Smart Power, Green Grid, Energy Storage - Better ways of carrying/storing electricity
* Transportation - Greener cars, buses trucks or planes

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