Dept of energy solar decathalon, http://www.flickr.com/photos/solar_decathlon/6200573489/in/photostream/
The latest in tech, biotech and clean tech from around the region:
The Daily Californian - Berkeley's Newspaper: A survey released Tuesday by the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology found that a majority of popular websites employ some sort of tracking technology in order to monitor their users.
The Desert Sun: Brightsource buys Palen solar project for $10 million in bankruptcy sale: "The second project, the 500-megawatt Palen project 10 miles east of Desert Center, went to BrightSource Energy of Oakland, which made the only bid for it, also for $10 million."
Bay Nature Institute: HELiOS Project: Helping Schools Go Solar: "Following its work with Berkeley schools, HELiOS has recently completed solar master plans for the Oakland and West Contra Costa Unified School districts and helped students at Monte Vista High School in the San Ramon Valley USD bring solar to five schools. The group has offered to undertake similar plans for any public school district in Alameda, Contra Costa and Solano counties at no cost to the districts."
Dynamic Business – Small Business Advice: Livescribe founder Jim Margraff on landing an investor : "Jim Marggraff, founder of digital smartpen business Livescribe, has faced no shortage of financial challenges as an entrepreneur. He launched just as the GFC hit and battled to find investors to get Livescribe off the ground. But after five years- and one million smartpen sales- his company is at the forefront of the market. Here’s how he did it."
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