OK, so not all of you are convinced that water is a worthwhile data center cooling system. Yes, I read your comments.
As the global warming debate rages, Heather Clancy chronicles the smart grid, electric vehicles, alternative energy, green IT and other developments shaping the green technology movement.
Heather Clancy is an award-winning business journalist specializing in transformative technology and innovation
Biofuels Panel, GoingGreen, Davis, CA:Robert Walsh, President LS9Jonathan Wolfson, President & CEO, SolazymeJohn Melo, CEO, Amyris BiotechnologiesSteven Perricone, CEO & Co-Founder, BioFuelBoxModerator: where are we in the biofuels revolution?RW: We are 3-5 years from going to market.
The folks at Verdiem want to lower your enterprise energy bills. And they intend to do it by getting their computers to watch your computers.
The above picture shows one of the homes designed and built by Michelle Kaufman Designs.GoingGreen, Davis, CA--green building panel.
Sports car, all electric. Sure, green tech is about saving the planet, curtailing global warming, maybe making a buck or two.
GoingGreen, Davis CA: where'll we get the water?The panel: Dennis Merens, Director North America, Dow Venture Capital group.
A Palo Alto-based solar thermal company just made a big score: $40 million US for development of their plants. Ausra now is working on projects in Portugal, Australia and California.
Dateline:GoingGreen Conference, Davis, CAFirst panel of the day gets right to the point: where are the VC putting their green tech dollars? The panel: Raj Atluru, Draper Fisher Jurvetson partner.
GoingGreen is an international gathering of privately-owned GreenTech companies today in Davis, California. Wandering around huge trays of fresh fruit and vegies, and a few recyclable glasses of California wine, I found one of the Aussie guys here.
OK, here's a bit of a switch (literally).KVM (keyboard/video/mouse) switch vendor ATEN Technology in Irvine, Calif.