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Thank you to the US Department of Energy and MIT's Energy Initiative for hosting the 3rd annual Women in Clean Energy Symposium. If you were unable to join the event live, you can find a recap of events here.

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USAID/IUCN white paper: Women at the Forefront of the Clean Energy Future

Posted by Rebecca Pearl-Martinez on September 16, 2014 at 10:55pm 0 Comments

Hello everyone,

Several of you at the symposium today requested a copy of the draft USAID/IUCN white paper: Women at the Forefront of the Clean Energy Future.  You can access it at the weblink below.  Please note it is in draft form and not for circulation or attribution.…

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Creating Your Cleantech Career: The Role of Risk, Logistics and Asymmetry

Posted by nancy pfund on September 16, 2014 at 1:19pm 3 Comments

Today, many opportunities exist for women to pursue attractive careers in cleantech. While we all know that whatever career we choose, it's important to be "all in," sometimes it is not as easy to figure out what part of the cleantech sector is the best fit for you.  Here are three areas to cover in a conversation with yourself to help you assess where to land in the cleantech career landscape.…

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Two Skills to Foster for a Successful Career

Posted by Lisa Frantzis on September 12, 2014 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

By: C3E Ambassador Lisa Frantzis, Senior Vice President, Advanced Energy Economy

In reflecting on my career over 30 years in the energy sector, two important things I have learned are:

  • Social skills – the ability to connect and relate to others – are as important as knowledge and analytical skills.
  • Take initiative – don’t wait to be told what to do.

Social Skills

It is critical in any work environment to be yourself and build…

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Our latest investment with SunEdison in a solar utility project in California

Posted by Yana Kravtsova on September 10, 2014 at 1:44pm 0 Comments

A solar project on top of an old oil field in California’s Kern County

I wanted to share an exciting new addition to Google's renewable energy portfolio of our 17th project - a solar utility project in Kern County, California with one of the lead US developers, SunEdison. It was an interesting and challenging project to close ahead of SunEdison's yieldco going public but a…

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