What The Wall Street Journal’s Recognition Means for Source Energy

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What The Wall Street Journal’s Recognition Means for Source Energy

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VIDEO: @energypoints on source #energy at #WSJ ECO:nomics Next Big Thing in #cleantech bit.ly/1e8dvI1

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Tuesday, April 8, 2014 - 3:00pm

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Last week I had the honor of speaking at The Wall Street Journal’s ECO:nomics conference. Energy Points was among five of the top 10 Next Big Thing in Clean Tech invited to pitch and receive feedback from industry influencers, investors, and stakeholders. Our source energy message was well-received, indicating that the market is indeed shifting. Organizations are increasingly aware of severe weather patterns, aging infrastructure, and the link between long-term profits and the environment.Coca-Cola has been affected by draughts and water scarcity and Nike has been affected by flooding in Southeast Asia—just a small sample of the many leading corporations realizing that their profits are threatened by climate change. They want resource supply that is resilient and sustainable....

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