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The Future Looks Bright for Solar in Massachusetts

Despite U.S. cold weather shattering records, the Bay State is still doing a little sun worshipping as Massachusetts announces solar and other clean energy funding.  Like us at MSLGROUP, the Patrick Administration certainly seems to have gotten SEIA’s memo with its several recent moves to help Massachusetts #GoSolar: Earlier this month, Mass. Governor Deval Patrick announced, as part of his 2014 budget, $52 ...

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Three Questions: Martin LaMonica of MIT Technology Review

Prior to helping start the Cleantech Practice at Schwartz MSL, my technology PR career kicked off in the late 90s with a focus business-to-business software and infrastructure companies like MapInfo, webMethods and IONA. My days were spent talking about the evolution of web services and standards like XML, UDDI, .Net, Java and others, and how they impacted the development of ecommerce, business process auto ...

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Microsoft Surface v. Apple iPad v. Android Challengers: Who wins?

If you were expecting this post to be a comprehensive review of the new Microsoft Surface, launched this afternoon in a mysterious event in an undisclosed location hosted by he-who-shall-not-be-named (continuing with the mystery theme, not a comment on you, Mr. Balmer), then I am sorry to disappoint you. The Twittersphere has made it clear that Surface pricing details and availability had not yet been discl ...

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Cleantech PR: Virdia Launches to Bring a Horse to All Those Carts

It's not hard to get me excited about clean technology companies since I believe so strongly in their impact on the economy, the environment and the overall good of humankind. And at Schwartz MSL, we're fortunate to handle public relations for a number of true "platform" type of players that are not only selling products, but also providing the necessary "building blocks" to enable an en ...

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A123 IPO Generates Green for Cleantech Investors

Cleantech investors, companies, media and green PR folk watched today's A123 Nasdaq debut with intense interest as the battery maker became the first cleantech concern to IPO in some time. Up 36 percent in early trading, A123 has not disappointed. With cleantech patents at an all time high, cleantech investing on the rebound and stimulus money starting to flow, there could be more green IPOs in the coming m ...

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