Cleantech Concepts is a media company focusing on innovation at the R&D level across a range of cleantech sectors. The company’s mission is to alert its broad audiences to cutting-edge research results and new technology implementations. Subscribers include corporations, government agencies, NGOs, government-funded R&D labs, and research universities worldwide. The company operates out of Berkeley, California, and Portland, Oregon.
The Cleantech Concepts Media Team
The website’s expert science editors have years of experience in clarifying technology for business audiences. Cleantech Concepts is published by Tom Breunig, a technology industry veteran, cleantech writer, and international communications executive.
Contributing editor David Smith is a writer and marketing consultant focusing on clean tech. He has held creative and marketing executive positions in technology companies and marketing agencies, and has a background in journalism and electrical engineering. He has consulted with emerging start-ups and Fortune 500 companies on market positioning, branding and communications strategies. An EV enthusiast, he has spoken on B2B marketing and social media at a variety of industry events.
Writer Rachel Berkowitz began her science writing career as the founding contributor to Physics Today’s ‘Down to Earth’ column from 2011-2014. After completing her Ph.D. (2013) in geophysics in Cambridge, England, she took a science writing/communications position at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She now divides her time between working on an artificial intelligence start-up company, called i2k Connect, and writing for scientific publications based in the US and Europe.
Anne-Irene Leino is a freelancer writer based in Helsinki, Finland. She is interested in sustainability, recycling and waste management, and energy efficiency. She managed marketing activity at the Paroc Group, an international stone wool insulation producer and developer of sustainable building and design concepts. She is fluent in Russian and has a degree in Russian language and Asian economics.
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