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UGE CEO Nick Blitterswyk on Fox Business News

Nick Blitterswyk, UGE’s founder and CEO, on Fox Business News to discuss our new fueling station for electric vehicles, developed with General...


eddy debuts on Good Morning America

Good Morning America

Nick Blitterswyk, founder and CEO of UGE on Good Morning America, discussing the cost saving potential of the Eddy and EddyGT vertical axis wind...


Ingredient to a Successful Startup

Ingredient to a Successful Startup

In late 2009, Google Wave was supposed to change the way people communicate. Although more people use public pay phones by now, it was a...


NYC Epicness

NYC Epicness

Growing up and living on Long Island my whole life, one would think that I know my way around the city. Nowadays, I am always asked where...


New Adventures at UGE

New Adventures at UGE

It has been a whirlwind few weeks, moving to New York and starting work here at Urban Green Energy. Beginning with a housing fiasco that...


Climate Change and an End to Climate Skepticism

Climate Change and an End to Climate Skepticism

From time to time you read an article that reminds you of why we are doing what we are doing.  I felt the following article from The...


League of Conservation Voters Dinner

League of Conservation Voters Dinner

Last Thursday, the League of Conservation Voters held a successful fundraiser here in Manhattan, bringing together champions of sustainable...


Life of a Start-up Junkie: Day One

Life of a Start-up Junkie: Day One

abiogenesis - the primordial soup, the beginning, the point of conception, the study of how biological life arises from the inorganic...


Chinese Over Lunch

Chinese Over Lunch

As you may or may not know, UGE is an amazingly multicultural organization. From our office locations in Beijing and New York City to our...


Go Green! Sports stadiums save energy

USA Today

Go Green! Sports stadiums save energy You could view a National Football League stadium as a hulk of concrete and steel, where video boards and bright lights eat up...