At MIT Energy Night, a look into the future of energy technology

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Walter Frick

BostonInno.com writer Walter Frick reflects on Energy Night held at the MIT Museum on October 19th, 2012.

"In a profile last week of energy efficiency startup Next Step Living, I wrote about a victory of execution over new technology or intellectual property. Cleantech badly needs more winners in that vein. But it needs new technology breakthroughs, too, especially in areas like energy storage. And those who had the chance to attend MIT’s annual Energy Night on Friday got a look at the cutting edge of energy technology research, hosted at the MIT Museum.

The event featured over 70 research posters by MIT students and faculty—as well as a few startups—across a wide range of technologies, from building systems and energy efficiency to biofuels and nuclear."

Read the full article at BostonInno.com: At MIT Energy Night, a Look Into the Future of Energy Technology