CleanTechNet is designed to support executives in the private and public sectors, by providing technical insight into key clean and cleaner technologies. This includes cost insight, related to the engineering. You may be responsible for investments, or environmental management and improvement, or policy. These insights will help you to make the right decisions and avoid going down costly dead ends.
CleanTechNet is designed to support engineers and innovators in go-ahead companies. By combining time with expertise in engineering and true sustainability, we can give you the key information to feed your innovative capability, and so accelerate the move from industrial revolution technologies to clean or cleaner successors.
CleanTechNet is designed to support professional researchers, enabling you to benchmark yourselves against the world, and throwing up developments you may not have heard about as well as perhaps surprising synergies with complementary technology developments.
CleanTechNet is designed to support journalists, by providing engineering assessments, ranked technologies and reference points for insightful commentary.
CleanTechNet encourages a community around its database, but with a difference: forum entries are structured such that contributors have to provide reasoned argument and particularly evidence for their case. This makes assessment by CleanTechNet technical writers more efficient prior to adoption of contributions (with acknowledgement) into database entries. It also quickens understanding of a technology compared to many forums which have too much shallow assertion.
At this stage with limited resources direct-entry forum pages are still to be developed. However, if you would like to contribute please contact CleanTechNet via the details on the Contact page, and your contribution plus CleanTechNet comments will be posted onto the Comments page.