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Excellent resource for responsible businesses

Energy Priorities is an honest source of energy-related information, ideas and commentary. The web site has well-researched articles on technologies that businesses can use today, with case studies on renewable energy, backup power, building automation, daylighting, and energy efficiency. It's written as a no-hype resource for businesses who want to be more informed energy users, which also makes it an asset to entrepreneurs and investors in the energy tech sector.

Important listening for anyone interested in clean energy

Denis Du Bois produces a great podcast on a variety of topics regarding green building, renewable energy, advanced energy storage, etc. The show has come a long way in the last year in terms of quality of production and content. This is recommended listening for anyone in the clean energy industry specifically or energy industry in general. It's technical enough for energy heads, yet simple enough for the everyday person interested in energy issues. Keep up the great work!

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