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My Wharton Energy Internship: Energy VC Analysis at IEA

This blog post was originally published by International Energy Agency on August 30th here. Commentary: Examining the role of early-stage venture capital investment in energy Between USD 1 billion and USD 4 billion of energy-related early-stage venture capital (VC) deals are made every year. Though small relative to the size of total investment in the… Continue reading My Wharton Energy Internship: Energy VC Analysis at IEA

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Cleantech Trek to San Francisco: Soaking up the California Sun (and Storing It Too)

This past February, eleven Wharton Energy Club members boarded a plane to San Francisco excited to visit a diverse set of entities renowned for their leadership in the clean energy sector. The trip’s festivities included eight onsite meetings, as well as a happy hour downtown bringing together Wharton cleantech alumni in the Bay Area. The… Continue reading Cleantech Trek to San Francisco: Soaking up the California Sun (and Storing It Too)

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Why clean energy is a partisan issue on Capitol Hill… and nowhere else

November of a presidential election year is traditionally a time for seeking common ground to heal divides from heated political banter. How better to bring people together than picking bipartisan, low-hanging fruit and moving forward on consensus, popular issues? To the American public, at least, one such issue is clean energy support. According to University… Continue reading Why clean energy is a partisan issue on Capitol Hill… and nowhere else