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Bill Nussey
Three-time CEO, venture capitalist, IBM VP Strategy, and TED addict that is currently focused on distributed, renewable energy projects
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EnergyImpactPartners Mar 4
Listen to on the Freeing Energy podcast, available now:
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Bill Nussey Mar 5
Wanna know how serious General Motors is about winning in the post gasoline world? My good friend spent an amazing day as part of a tiny group of people hearing it first hand from GMs execs. Loren rocks!
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Bill Nussey Feb 27
My TED talk on local energy was two years ago. It's time for a big update. Thanks to for inviting me to be part of their Tech & Innov series on April 6 and allowing me to share why I think electricity is about to get interesting again.
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Bill Nussey Jan 16
Pretty cool: my interview with the Atlanta Small Business Network is going to be airing on the local TV station CBS 46 (VERY) early this Saturday morning.
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Bill Nussey Jan 2
I am honored and excited to be a speaker on January 17 for the Harvard Business School club series on entrepreneurs that are moving the needle
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Bill Nussey Dec 11
Thanks to and of the Atlanta Small Business Show for the opportunity to share my career journey and my excitement for clean energy. Check out their site now or CBS46 and Peachtree TV in early January.
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Bill Nussey Nov 22
Incredibly excited for my friend Eric Hartz and his company Nexus Fuels. Their breakthrough technology revolutionizes the economics of recycling plastic and their new partnership with Shell will directly tackle the growing problem of plastic waste.
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RMI Empowering Clean Economies Nov 15
Don't miss out, tune in and listen to team member discuss on the latest podcast
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Titiaan Palazzi Nov 10
$119B was invested in data centers in the US 2018, almost double the $64B invested in renewable energy in the US in 2018. , CC , ,
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AmericanMadeChallenges Oct 23
Dr. Ben Damiani of Prize Round 1 winning team was recently interviewed on Radio🎙🎧 Listen to him talk about winning the Solar Prize and what's next for Inventions:
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RMI Empowering Clean Economies Oct 18
Now reading: A powerful article focusing on what life is like without electricity from our friends - take a look:
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Bill Nussey Oct 17
30 minute wait for a shuttle bus at Denver airport. Line is 200-300 feet long. Many very unhappy customers. Drivers seem oblivious.
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Bill Nussey Oct 9
At long last, Dr. John Goodenough is recognized for his world-changing invention of the practical lithium-ion battery. Without his work, there would likely be few mobile phones, few laptop computers, no electric cars and no pathway to a clean energy grid
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Bill Nussey Sep 26
Replying to @gfreishtat @BenDamiani
This incredible recognition will allow us to bring our amazing C3 technology to market and hopefully make a real impact in the adoption of solar power across the US and the world. Incredibly proud to have reached this milestone with my partners and friends
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Bill Nussey Sep 26
My startup company Solar Inventions won $500,000 as part of the first-ever US Department of Energy's American Made Solar Prize.
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Earth Accounting Sep 22
: Did we just witness the beginning of the end of Big Oil?
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Bill Nussey Sep 22
We are really excited to be a part of this week's Solar Prize demo day at the Solar Power International conference this week in Salt Lake City.
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Bill Nussey Sep 15
I grew up with Cars. I'm hard pressed to remember a time in college and the years afterwards where Rick Ocasek and the Cars weren't playing on a record or an audio tape nearby. Sad day. RIP, Rick.
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Bill Nussey Aug 9
The key to employee engagement is regular, small wins. Here's a great article on the work of my friend (and one of the best profs during my time at ), . You can also check out her book, The Progress Principle
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Bill Nussey Jul 17
Engaging, quck-read on the growing benefits and growing challenges ("urban litter") of e-scooters from
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