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Y-Combinator: Elon Musk: How to Build the Future

An interview with Elon Musk, in which explains how we are to build our future. The interview is about 20 minute long and was done by the venture capital firm Y Combinator, a company often described as the world’s largest startup incubator. Would you rather prefer to read the interview with Musk, you will it …

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Harvard University: Mara Prentiss, “Energy Revolution”

We can launch an energy revolution that drastically decreases CO2 emission and other deleterious consequences associated with fossil fuel burning. Energy extraction can be cut by more than 50% by converting fossil fuel burning engines to electric motors and replacing fossil fuel burning power plants with renewable sources. In addition, energy efficient systems and improvements …

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TEDx: Reframing the Sustainability Paradigm | Morgan Brawner

Morgan Brawner delivers a masterful synthesis of emerging technologies, day-to-day sustainability, and global participation, with a highly-unique, creative flare. His less-is-definitely-more mindset peeks its head at calculated points in the talk, giving the viewers a fresh, relieving perspective on our environmental responsibility.  

ARPA-E: Future Energy Pitching Session

This pitching session features seven (7) technology startups presenting to a panel of top venture capital investors. Investors provide feedback and actionable advice to the presenters, and the audience members vote for their favorite startup. Moderator: Graham Lawlor, Founder, Ultra Light Startups Colleen Calhoun, Senior Executive Director, GE Energy Ventures Cody Nystrom, Managing Director, SJF …

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Fireside Chat: Bill Gates and Dr. Steven Chu

Published on Mar 6, 2014 Moderator – John Podesta, Center for American Progress, Chair and Counselor Steven Chu, U.S. Department of Energy, Secretary Bill Gates, Microsoft, Chairman Discussing energy technology innovation and future energy sources. And different approaches to global warming and green house gas emissions. The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) advances high-potential, high-impact …

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