Ron Pernick

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Ron Pernick is an American author and the co-founder and managing director of Clean Edge, a Portland, Oregon research and advisory firm that monitors clean technology markets.[1][2] He is "an accomplished market research, publishing, and business development entrepreneur with two decades of high-tech experience". At Clean Edge he has co-authored many reports on emerging green technologies and has worked with multinational companies, government agencies, and investors.[3][4][5] Through his work at Clean Edge, Mr. Pernick has also helped design and develop three clean-energy focused stock indexes with NASDAQ OMX (one for U.S. clean energy, one for global wind energy, and one for global smart grid). He has also taught MBA-level courses at Portland State University and New College, is widely quoted in the media, and is a regular speaker at industry events in the U.S. and abroad.[6]

With Clint Wilder, Pernick is author of The Clean Tech Revolution' and Clean Tech Nation: How the U.S. Can Lead in the New Global Economy (HarperCollins, September 2012).[7]

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  1. ^ Kanu Jr., Kingsley (November 2008). "Get in or Get Left Behind". Black Enterprise 39: 86. 
  2. ^ Anderson, Leonard (August 5, 2007). "For investors, a heads-up on clean tech". The Boston Globe. 
  3. ^ "Sustainable Alpha: Ron Pernick". Sustainable Business Oregon. October 20, 2010. 
  4. ^ Ron Pernick Clean Edge.
  5. ^ Ron Pernick Renewable Energy World.
  6. ^ http://www.cleanedge.com/clean-tech-nation/about
  7. ^ Ron Pernick (2012). "Clean Energy Trends 2012". Clean Edge. p. 7. 

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