Can Australia avoid its ‘Kodak moment’ by aligning its economy and industry with global low-carbon trends, or are we headed for a long slow decline?
Articles by John O'Brien
ACT Australian CleanTech Index shrugs off policy uncertainty with 3.7% gain for November, again outperforming the S&P ASX200 and Small Ordinaries.
The fact China’s rich and powerful suffer from the same ‘Beijing cough’ as its poor is driving the nation’s transformation into global cleantech leader.
Australian cleantech stocks outperformed both the S&P ASX200 and the S&P ASX Small Ordinaries over the first quarter of 2013/14.
Renewables made up the biggest sector pitching for the Australian cleantech prize. A total of 61 entrants with $113m of capital entered.
An emerging technology company needs credibility, a solution which solves a problem for its customers, and channels to market. A fat cheque will not buy all of this.
Australian cleantech is displaying some very distinctive, and potentially destructive, teenage characteristics. What, and who, can help our little industry grow up?