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3M New Ventures on Renewable Energy Investing

3M New Ventures on Renewable Energy Investing

May 10, 2012

Sebastian Titz, from the corporate VC arm of 3M, talks to MIT Entrepreneurship Review about new investment opportunities renewable energy and makes the bold claim that renewable energy, aside from wind and solar, will not happen in the next 30 years About More Posts...

Video Interview: 3M New Ventures on Renewable Energy Investing

Video Interview: 3M New Ventures on Renewable Energy Investing

May 10, 2012

Sebastian Titz, from the corporate VC arm of 3M, talks to MIT Entrepreneurship Review about new investment opportunities renewable energy and makes the bold claim that renewable energy, aside from wind and solar, will not happen in the next 30 years. About More Posts...

Emerging Trends in Natural Gas – Finding New Sources of Demand

Emerging Trends in Natural Gas – Finding New Sources of Demand

Apr 6, 2012

The recent advent of shale gas has disrupted the U.S. energy market, causing entrepreneurs to jump on what many consider a once-in-a-generation opportunity.  Money has begun chasing natural gas deals including professional investors such as Venture Capital and Private Equity firms all the way down to the retail investor.  Some of hottest stocks this year have...

Next Generation Energy Storage

Next Generation Energy Storage

Mar 21, 2011

There is a lot of talk about storage being the next breakthrough in energy.  My fellow undergrad alumni and now PhD candidate Betar Gallant believes the Electrochemical Energy Lab (http://web.mit.edu/eel/) may have two unique solutions.  Under Professor Yang Shao-Horn of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering, the lab is...

Interview with Ric Fulop: Serial Entrepreneur and Founder of A123 (Part II)

Interview with Ric Fulop: Serial Entrepreneur and Founder of A123 (Part II)

Feb 23, 2011

Part II Ric Fulop is a general partner at North Bridge Venture Partners and a serial entrepreneur who has started six companies during his career.  He is most known for the creation of A123 – a developer and manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries.  Read Part I of the interview. How did A123’s vision of the application of its technology change over...