Green marketing 101: Sell what they’re buying

October 4, 2012 by  
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In 2003, coal was king in Utah — it meant cheap energy and plenty of jobs — so the market for renewables was virtually nonexistent. Then two professors found a new way to talk about wind power.

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Green marketing 101: Sell what they’re buying

Green marketing 101: Sell what they’re buying

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In 2003, coal was king in Utah — it meant cheap energy and plenty of jobs — so the market for renewables was virtually nonexistent. Then two professors found a new way to talk about wind power.

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Green marketing 101: Sell what they’re buying

Green marketing 101: Sell what they’re buying

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In 2003, coal was king in Utah — it meant cheap energy and plenty of jobs — so the market for renewables was virtually nonexistent. Then two professors found a new way to talk about wind power.

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Green marketing 101: Sell what they’re buying

Schluckspecht-E sets EV operating range record in real traffic conditions

November 1, 2010 by  
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Eco Factor: Zero-emission EV covers a distance of 626.6km on a single charge. Student designers from the Offenburg University have created a zero-emissions electric car that has set a new record for longest distance traveled by an electric car on a single recharge in real traffic conditions. The vehicle, dubbed Schluckspecht-E , covered a distance of 626.6km without recharging the batteries

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