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U.S. History Topics » Business & Work » Entrepreneurship

E2: Energy x Entrepreneurial Spirit

looks at entrepreneurial efforts to increase energy efficiency and renewable energy. Read profiles of entrepreneurs who are harnessing green technology to launch their businesses. Learn what U.S. cities are become hot-beds of energy innovation, and why. (Department of State)

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Interesting Fact:

For many city dwellers, owning a car is both a blessing and a curse. Some urbanites get around mostly by public transportation, but occasionally need a car for shopping or for trips out of town. Maintaining a car is expensive, and finding parking on crowded city streets can be a nightmare.
Robert Poor of a Boston company called Ember shows wireless devices developed for a smart power grid.

Smart power grid devices


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