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    Our company has the same simple mission today as it did when we started: "To help entrepreneurs get their act together before they talk to investors."The process of getting ready to talk to investors...
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    African Clean Energy (ACE) is a social enterprise focused on enabling decentralized access to clean energy for rural households in Sub-Saharan African and Southeast Asia.  The company...
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    Our commitment is to generate the energy that is important for you, for your life, every day, to cook and turn on the light, that energy that also allows the hospitals to work, the streets are...
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    Symbrosia grows a red seaweed, Asparagopsis taxiformis, with sun and seawater. It then uses 100% renewable energy to process the seaweed as livestock feed material that reduces methane emissions in...
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    Efficient-V, Inc. is a clean-tech company dedicated to reducing energy consumption and improving the mechanical efficiency of reciprocating piston devices, particularly engines and...
  • Article - 28 Jul 2009
    Hot summer days mean increased electricity usage but, fortunately, there are dozens of ways to cool down and save on electricity bills
  • Article - 27 Jan 2009
    We don't tend to think a lot about the amount of energy we use in the kitchen but the simple act of cooking uses around 15 percent of the energy consumed in the home. The following tips will help you...
  • Article - 3 Sep 2008
    The average person today is inundated with messages about saving energy. Unfortunately too many messages perpetuate long-standing myths, making it difficult to sort out good advice from bad. ACEEE has...
  • News - 14 Dec 2020
    For many people, Christmas Day is going to look extremely different this year. But individuals can still indulge in positive changes, particularly when they are contemplating what to eat and how...
  • News - 9 Dec 2020
    A new study reveals that particulate emissions from cooking tend to remain in the air for a longer time compared to what was thought earlier, thus contributing more to poor air quality and human...