Cleantech’s Comeback

What we learned from the collapse of investment in Cleantech 1.0 and how we can ensure the success of Cleantech 2.0.

By Michael Kearney, Senior Associate, The Engine

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Michael Kearney is a Senior Associate at The Engine. He holds a Ph.D. from MIT Sloan School of Management, where his research focused on frictions in the commercialization of science, regulatory barriers to innovation and entrepreneurial strategy. Previously, he led development efforts at a cleantech startup called Ambri. Mike received an M.S. in Technology and Policy from MIT and a B.A. from Williams College

Lessons from Cleantech 1.0

More change is necessary

Considering New Regulatory Frameworks

A National Deployment Effort

Moving Forward

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