With 200 million active Twitter users, choosing who to follow can be a chore. We compiled this list of top cleantech Twitter handles to simplify the task.
ENERGY & CLIMATE
A Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment at the Council on Foreign Relations, Levi focuses on energy, security, and climate.
Spent much of day picking apart 2 prominent but flawed new papers. Would be a lot more productive if people got their papers right 1st time.— Michael Levi (@levi_m) August 5, 2013
Jenkins is the Digital Community Strategist at TheEnergyCollective.com and a graduate student at MIT, where he works as a researcher with the "Utility of the Future" project.
Nelder, in addition to being an energy analyst and consult, is the author of two books (Profit from the Peak and Investing in Renewable Energy) and a frequent contributor to Greentech Media.
File under "headlines I wanted to see 5 years ago" White House to focus comprehensive energy review on infrastructure http://t.co/tP0wuvpStj— Chris Nelder (@nelderini) July 30, 2013
Our Senior Editor Stephen Lacey tweets about energy, cleantech, the environment, and politics.
As phone companies dismantle their copper lines, utilities have a big lesson to learn about distributed technologies: http://t.co/hl1WSxgldJ— Stephen Lacey (@Stphn_Lacey) July 22, 2013
Kann is the Vice President of Research at Greentech Media.
In which the WSJ discovers demand response: http://t.co/pxSLcQKmnl— Shayle Kann (@shaylekann) July 22, 2013
The Vote Solar Initiative is an advocacy organization based in San Francisco that tracks solar developments around the country.
When Saudi princes warn that renewables are the way to go, something is changing http://t.co/gWNr8QwqMM— votesolar (@votesolar) July 30, 2013
Cheyney, chief curator at SolarCurator.com, is also director of the growing solar practice at Impress Labs.
Gunther researches and runs the Gunther Portfolio, a blog on solar and energy policy.
IEEE Smart Grid
A leading smart grid organization, IEEE has close to 100 standards and standards in development related to smart grid.
Day, a cleantech family office investor, is also the chair of the upcoming NextWave Greentech Investing conference.
Ideas are cheap. Execution is priceless.— Rob Day (@cleantechvc) July 25, 2013
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