Prefab Homes are Seeing Green

Customizable, sustainable residences get big funding

Bill Haney has been an environmentalist for decades. During his freshman year at Harvard in 1980, he helped invent a system for reducing air pollution from power plants. Seven years later, the company, now known as Fuel Tech, sold for more than $180 million.

Haney has since partnered to launch more than a dozen other technology companies, several, about the battle between a coal mining company and a small Appalachian community.

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