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Green tech start-ups meet big industry

Global business leaders join entrepreneurs developing cutting-edge green technologies at this year's GoingGreen meetup.

At GoingGreen 2007, CEOs of global businesses and tech start-ups share ideas and engage in debates on emerging green opportunities.

Finding the clean tech money

Green tech financiers share tips for spotting sustainable start-ups.
September 12, 2007

Exxon Mobile is big, all right

Exxon Mobil dwarfs whole renewable energy field.
September 12, 2007

Microsoft alum shows his ethanol race car

Karl Jacobs' modified Dodge Viper has hit 220 mph--and it took quite a bit of tinkering to get to that point.
September 12, 2007

The toll road returns

Skymeter.com has boxes that turn public roads into toll roads. All they need to sell is one for every car.
September 11, 2007

Here comes the flow battery

With tanks of electrolytes, this battery stores more energy than normal batteries.
September 11, 2007

Getting fuel out of water

A new treatment plant sucks out materials from wastewater and some of these removed products can be consumed as a diesel additive.
September 11, 2007

A nationwide map of traffic jams

Mygistics takes data from sensors in the roadway, cross-checks it against buying pattern data, and provides alerts to its trucking customers.
September 11, 2007

Garbage turned into backyard fencing by FiberTech

FiberTech Polymers takes cardboard, plastic and other materials that don't make it to the recycler and turns it all into outdoor fencing.
September 11, 2007

Hydrogen is real--50 years from now

Amyris Technologies specializes in mimicking biological processes to break down plant matter into sugars and fuel.
September 11, 2007

A little bit of desert to light up the entire U.S.

Ausra claims its way of converting heat from the sun into electricity is far more efficient than traditional solar thermal technologies.
September 11, 2007

Wrightspeed: Sports cars first, then electric pickup

The company hopes to make its electric drivetrain for trucks and sell them to the Big Three automakers.
September 11, 2007