The Week in Cleantech is a weekly roundup of our favorite cleantech and alt energy blog posts and stories from across the web. If you know of a good piece that you think should be included here, don’t hesitate to let us know! This week, we particularly liked… On Tuesday, Tyler Hamilton at Clean Break told us to stop obsessing about corn. On Tuesday, Anders Bylund at The Motley Fool discussed 3 stocks that missed the mark. Stock discussed: Evergreen Solar [NASDAQ:ESLR]. On Thursday, Jennifer Openshaw at TheStreet.com informed us that it might be time to turn on alternative energy. Stocks discussed: Archer Daniels Midland [NYSE:ADM], Pacific Ethanol [NASDAQ:PEIX], VeraSun [NYSE:VSE], Ballard Power [NASDAQ:BLPD or TSE:BLD], Distributed Energy Systems [NASDAQ:DESC], Fuelcell Energy [NASDAQ:FCEL], Plug Power [NASDAQ:PLUG], Energy Conversion Devices [NADAQ:ENER], Evergreen Solar [NADAQ:ESLR], SunPower [NASDAQ:SPWR], Ormat Tech [NYSE:ORA], Environmental Power [AMEX:EPG], General Electric [NYSE:GE], Zoltek [NASDAQ:ZOLT], Powershares WilderHill Clean Energy ETF [AMEX:PBW], Guinness Atkinson Alternative Energy Fund [GAAEX]. On Thursday, Dallas Kachan at Inside Greentech wondered whether water was finally about to gush. On Thursday, Neal Dikeman at the Cleantech Blog gave us a few big ideas from cleantech. On Thursday, Mike Niehuser informed us on how we could capitalize on human change. Stocks discussed: Maxwell Tech [NASDAQ:MXWL] and Medis Tech [NASDAQ:MDTL]. On Friday. Jack Uldrich at The Motley Fool predicted that biodiesel would, in 2007, get a big pump. Stocks discussed: VeraSun [NYSE:VSE] and Archer Daniels Midland [NYSE:ADM].