Cleantech Blog Looking for Bloggers

Bloggers wanted. I have been blessed with leading a great group of bloggers on Cleantech Blog for nearly three years now, including people like Richard Stuebi (renewable energy and policy), Heather Rae (green marketing and home), John Addison (transportation), with recent additions Mark Henwood (stocks) and Cristina Foung (green consumer products), and support over the years from like industry gurus like Joel Makower and Felix Kramer. But the sector is outgrowing even us. So we want more! And of course I am reaching out to our readership to find them.

We are looking to add one or two more bloggers. No previous blog experience needed (though happy to do a “blog merger” if you wanted to). We would love someone in solar, carbon trading and climate change, and biofuels. Excellent writing skills needed, of course. Good opinions. Expert on or working in the field you are writing about.

Keep in mind, Cleantech Blog does not do all the news all the time. We rely on our friends at CNET, Cleantech Media, Greentech Media,, and Earth2Tech to take care of that. Each blogger does a weekly column on opinions, analysis and discussion of the issues and news that matters. Basically, I’m looking for the next Rob Day or Jim Fraser (thanks to them for the years worth of insights – some of you know I started Cleantech Blog with inspiration from Jim’s Energy Blog and Rob’s Cleantech Investing). If you think you can out blog Rob or Jim, drop me an email to, with writing samples or links to your blog, what you want to blog about, and why you know it well. If you don’t know Rob or Jim, they’re on our blog roll, or find them at and



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  1. Stephanie
    Stephanie says:

    Hi Neal,I've really enjoyed reading your blog. I was happy to see you are a fan of biofuels. The biofuels industry has gotten a bad rap recently after OPEC attached them, saying that ethanol was the reason for rising gas prices. Well the biofuels industry struck back with a full page ad in the Financial Times, which can be found on I hope you find more bloggers to keep this blog alive, and informing readers on the benefits of clean energy.Stephanie

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