Big Blue is rolling out a wide range of "green" services, including research into a new generation of batteries that could double the range of electric vehicles.Courtesy IBMBack in the day when I had to convince East Coast editors that green tech wasn't some crunchy California fad but Big Business, I often cited IBM as Exhibit A that Fortune 500 companies saw a lot of green to be made in green. Over the past several years, Big Blue has been recycling and repurposing a panoply of technologies to create a portfolio of environmental services -- everything from a traffic congestion …
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Todd Woody is an environmental and technology journalist based in California who writes for The New York Times, Quartz, and other publications.
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