Transportation & Fuel Source Technology
Zenn Motor Company Selected by AlwaysOn as a 'GoingGreen 100 Company'
Ian Clifford and ZENN Motor Company have been selected by AlwaysON as a GoingGreen 100 Company, an award recognizing ZENN Motor Company for leadership in clean technology and business potential.
The first-annual elite GoingGreen 100 list was compiled by the AlwaysOn editorial panel. In order to be eligible for the GoingGreen 100 list, companies had to be peer-nominated, with AlwaysOn receiving more than 500 nominations from venture investors, investment bankers and other industry experts.
"I am thrilled that ZENN Motor Company has been named to this elite list of companies," stated Ian Clifford. "The GoingGreen 100 is a cross-section of innovative companies all focused on bringing clean technology to the mainstream. Look to these companies to spur economic growth based on sustainable practices over the next few years. We are excited that both ZENN Motor Company
and our strategic energy storage partner EEStor, Inc. have been included in this honor."
"The AlwaysOn GoingGreen 100 companies will accelerate the global movement to a more sustainable environment," said Tony Perkins, founder and editor of AlwaysOn
. "The ideas and innovation we saw as we reviewed hundreds of clean technology companies will be foundational to the next wave of economic growth in California and beyond. My congratulations to each AlwaysOn GoingGreen 100
winner -these are the companies which we predict will have the greatest market traction, strongest innovation and most game-changing approaches this year."
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