Development and Deployment Drivers of Clean Technology Innovations

Journal of High Technology Management Research 24(2), 100-108

26 Pages Posted: 30 Oct 2014

Date Written: November 15, 2013


Despite the existing challenges in the capital market, technological and market uncertainties, the current business environment may be fertile for innovative firms that could find affordable and scalable clean technology innovations. Navigating innovation management process for any clean technology project is a practical issue that requires attention of financial and non-financial factors affecting technology development and deployment. Such endeavor has precipitated many of the complex questions involved with clean technology industry. This article surveys literatures on resource-based view of the firm, operations management, innovation and technology management, and clean technology. The article identifies key drivers – operations, market and regulatory – of clean technology projects, and further demonstrates their interrelatedness within a comprehensive integrated conceptual framework of development and deployment. This integrated framework contributes to our understanding of innovation management process for clean technology firms, including supply and demand sides.

Suggested Citation

Erzurumlu, Sinan and Erzurumlu, Yaman O., Development and Deployment Drivers of Clean Technology Innovations (November 15, 2013). Journal of High Technology Management Research 24(2), 100-108. Available at SSRN:

Sinan Erzurumlu (Contact Author)

Babson College ( email )

231 Forest St.
Babson Park, MA 02457-0310
United States

Yaman O. Erzurumlu

Bahcesehir University ( email )

Ciragan Avenue Osmanpaşa Mektebi Sokak No: 4 - 6
Istanbul, 34353

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