In addition to their own stories CleanTechnica publish interviews with notable individuals within clean technology such as fellow at the Post Carbon Institute Richard Heinberg. In collaboration with the quarterly magazine The Beam Magazine CleanTechnica publish their stories. Starting in 2015 CleanTechnica have held an annual vote among its readers to select a Car of the Year.
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