By: Tom Burton and Paul Dickerson
In a September 5, 2013 guest blog piece on CNBC.com, Thomas R. Burton III, founder and chair of the Energy and Clean Technology practice at Mintz Levin in Boston, and Paul Dickerson, of counsel at the firm, and a former chief operating officer at the U.S. Department of Energy, countered the sentiment that year-over-year decreases in clean technology investment show that the industry is dying. Like the internet before it, which endured media headlines proclaiming the "internet is dead", the authors argue that the clean technology industry will come back stronger and in a better position for the surviving companies to excel in today's marketplace. The full article can be found here at CNBC.com.
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