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Shai Agassi, the founder and former CEO of Better Place, looks at what the range and affordability of batteries means for electric cars.
David Sandalow, acting undersecretary at U.S. Department of Energy, warns of possible threats to the country's energy grid, drawing examples from Hurricane Sandy and the Super Bowl power outage.
CEO of Maxwell Technologies David Schramm talks about the use of ultracapacitors in alternative energy sources such as wind power and how they make wind turbines safer and easier to manage.
Co-Founder and chief technology officer of Tesla Motors JB Straubel discusses building charging stations and the new range of the electric car.
Former U.S. Senator from New Mexico Jeff Bingaman describes how the focus in energy policy went from clean energy to shale and natural gas, heightening partisan politics.
CEO of First Solar James Hughes shows what First Solar is doing to deliver solar power over scalable markets.
Lydone Rive talks about taking risks with clean energy and how the stock market launch of his solar power company, SolarCity, got rained out.
C3 CEO Tom Siebel describes the effort his company made to use data, from warehouses to weather, to reduce energy consumption.
Ira Ehrenpreis, general manager for Technology Partners, lists what the clean-technology industry can learn from electric vehicle pioneer Tesla Motors.
Bill Watkins, CEO of BridgeLux, talks about how innovators in lighting technology are working towards energy efficiency and driving LEDs faster.
Ernie Moniz, director of the Laboratory for Energy and the Environment at MIT, asks Google's director of Energy Initiatives Arun Majumdar what government can do to make solar power a global industry.
Ahmad Chatila, President & CEO of MEMC Electronic Materials, explains how businesses can use solar energy to aid a quarter of the world's population--1.5 billion people--living without electricity.
Donald Paul, executive director of the USC Energy Institute, and John McDonald, vice president of Chevron, discuss the politics of going from an "energy short" to an "energy long" mindset in America.
Managing Director for Riverstone Holdings discusses what makes a good clean-tech investment for private equity firms versus what doesn't.