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Dan Reicher quits Google for Stanford policy shop. Is Washington next?

Former assistant energy secretary, NRDC attorney and all-around green energy superman Dan Reicher has left his post as Google’s director of climate change and green energy initiatives to join Stanford’s new energy policy and finance center. Reicher’s departure has been framed in the context of Google’s widely reported struggles to hold onto top employees as…

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Should Google Build a Better Windmill or Build More of Them?

Google can double down on innovation or it can devote resources to proven technologies that will deliver real megawatts. It can’t do both effectively.

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The Week In Green Energy: Google Wind

May 3 – to – May 7, 2010    Cleantech developers! Are you scrambling for financing? Is your project backed by a PPA? Has it secured regulatory approval but is not making it past bank credit committees? Call Google. Yes, the search engine giant, is now directly investing in renewable energy projects. A little less…

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