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US Venture Capital Lagging on Clean Energy

| Tuesday May 24th, 2005 | 1 Comment

cleanenergy.jpgRed Herring reports the US is sorely lacking in the ability to produce a viable market for renewable energy. The $50 Billion market is dominated by European and Asian concerns. Although activity in the US is growing, the country as a whole has great cultural leaps left to take before efficiency and the embrace of renewables truely reaches its full potential.
(via Cleantech)


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  1. July 31, 2008 at 13:31 pm PDT | Anonymous writes:

    Everyone wants renewable energy but how do we finance it? What VC funds are being established? What government funds are being allocated? We can talk all day long, but until you put the money in front of the folks building the technologies – without the regular roadblocks of capital, we “ain’t gonna be goin nowher” as they say.

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