A look back at Tina Casey’s CleanTechnica’s coverage of the GCxN Accelerator cohort including Feasible, Inc. and three other groundbreaking energy startups.
Hey, if Matt Damon can go from mopping the halls at MIT to growing potatoes on Mars, then someone, somewhere can figure out how to stabilize the climate of one little planet. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the new GCxN clean tech innovation accelerator, which the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory launched last September with a little help from Royal Dutch Shell (no, really!).
Shell is not the only oil and gas legacy company to dip into the renewable energy revolution and other clean tech in recent years.
In fact, with some notable exceptions (looking at you, ExxonMobil), the global oil and gas industry is beginning to get super serious about ramping up the energy transition and branching out into electric vehicles, too.
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