For the past two years I have received plenty of feedback regarding the Top 25 in Cleantech list. As you can imagine, the list is difficult to make (see my earlier post) and always generates a lot of buzz.
Since the list was published, people have alerted me to a few more interesting candidates to watch in 2011. These leaders may fly under the radar to outsiders, but they’re certainly well known to those that are in their particular niche. Perhaps they will make the list next year. They are:
Doug Bond, transportation services manager of Alameda County
Scott Elrod, vice president and director of Hardware Systems Laboratory, PARC Vivek Joshi, Founder and CEO LumaSense Mark Miller, CEO of MKThink, and founder and director of Project FROG
Sean Randolph, president and CEO of the Bay Area Council Economic Institute
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