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The World Economic Forum names eSolar a Class of 2010 Technology Pioneer
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This year, the World Economic Forum has selected 26 companies active in energy, environmental technologies, health, information technologies and new media as the 2010 class of Technology Pioneers. Not only are they developing groundbreaking products and services that can help achieve the promises of sustainable energy, the reduction of the various digital divides, and the treatment and improved monitoring of various health conditions, but they are also redesigning business and society with their disruptive innovations.

"We're at an historic point in time when technology can finally enable clean, renewable energy at a price competitive with fossil fuels," said Bill Gross, Founder and CEO of eSolar. "For the last 200 years, man burned everything he could to power the planet. Now, before it's too late, we can make the switch and usher in a new era of low-cost solar energy. eSolar is honored to be recognized by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer working to make this happen."
World Economic Forum
2010 Technology Pioneers
Amiando
Amobee
Aura Biosciences
BioFuelBox
Bloom Energy Corporation
Boston-Power
Care Electric Energia
CollabNet
Corventis
Dilithium Networks
Epuramat
eSolar
Innovid
Lehigh Technologies
Metabolix
MicroCHIPS
Obopay
Pacific Biosciences
Playfish
Proteon Therapeutics
RingCentral
Serious Materials
StreamBwase
Twitter
Ushahidi
VNL
eSolar CEO, Bill Gross
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