Clint Wilder

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Clint Wilder is an award-winning business journalist who has covered the high-tech and clean-tech industries since 1985. He is senior editor at Clean Edge, a clean-tech research and strategy firm in the San Francisco Bay Area and Portland, Oregon, where he coauthors reports and writes columns on industry trends and has been a facilitator at the Clinton Global Initiative. He is a frequent speaker at clean-energy and green business events in the U.S. and overseas, and a regular blogger for the Huffington Post.[1] In 2002, Mr. Wilder won the American Society of Business Publications Editors award for best feature series. He is also co-author of The Clean Tech Revolution: The Next Big Growth and Investment Opportunity, published in June 2007, which has been translated into seven languages.[2][2][3]

Wilder's forthcoming book is Clean Tech Nation: How the U.S. Can Lead in the New Global Economy (HarperCollins, September 2012). [4]

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  1. ^ http://www.cleanedge.com/clean-tech-nation/about
  2. ^ a b Clint Wilder Huffington Post.
  3. ^ Clint Wilder Renewable Energy World.
  4. ^ Ron Pernick (2012). "Clean Energy Trends 2012". Clean Edge. p. 7. 

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