Energy Bytes

Podcast – How has clean energy PR and marketing changed?

Did your role exist ten years ago? That’s what Laura Taylor, founder and president of Silverline Communications, asked a group of clean energy professionals at a breakfast panel hosted by Silverline during Solar Power International 2019 in Salt Lake City. For many in the room, the answer was no. Their [...]

2019-10-21T16:05:34-05:00By |

Attending #SPIcon? Check Out Our Favorite Sessions

We are five weeks out from North America Smart Energy Week, which means over 20,000 members of the clean technology industry will be touching down in Salt Lake City to attend the industry’s biggest events. If you’ve looked at the schedule, you know its jam-packed with networking opportunities, educational sessions, [...]

2019-09-22T13:49:06-05:00By |

A Worthy Cause in Need of Better Messaging or Messenger?

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is considered to be the Superman of the climate change movement. He has a clear campaign message to address climate change that maps out a sustainable future and how we can save a sinking ship. “We are the first generation to feel the sting of climate [...]

2019-09-22T13:49:02-05:00By |

Trending Keywords on Twitter: One Hot Summer for Energy

Summer can be a sleepy time for businesses, but not the cleantech industry. We maintain a Twitter list of journalists covering the energy sector, and between the Democratic debates, the Clean Power Plan repeal, record-shattering extreme weather and news out of the U.K. about clean energy becoming a dominant source [...]

2019-09-22T13:48:16-05:00By |

Democrat Debates Shy Away from Clean Energy Solutions

If you listened closely to the debates this week, you may have heard the Democratic candidates for president mention electric vehicles, a carbon tax and something about solar and wind. But these were fleeting moments. Over the course of four hours over two days in a city beset by rising [...]

2019-11-12T11:49:10-05:00By |