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Cleantech Up 10% in Q2: The Cleantech Network says that in the second quarter of this year North American and European cleantech venture investment totaled $1 billion, representing a 10% increase over the $903 million invested in Q1 2007 — release. Icy Thermal Investing: Iceland’s Glitnir […]

Cleantech Up 10% in Q2: The Cleantech Network says that in the second quarter of this year North American and European cleantech venture investment totaled $1 billion, representing a 10% increase over the $903 million invested in Q1 2007 — release.

Icy Thermal Investing: Iceland’s Glitnir Bank plans to invest $1 billion in U.S. geothermal energy projects over the next five years — InsideGreentech.

Bright Spot in the Desert: Solar startup BrightSource Energy wants to build a 400-megawatt solar power station in the Mojave — GreenWombat.

Microsoft Vista is Cleantech?: Cleantech blogger and Jane Capital partner Neal Dikeman asks the not-so-random question is Microsoft Vista the best selling cleantech product around? — Cleantech blog.

NYTimes Discovers Green Dimes: GreenDimes founder Pankaj Shah gets a nice photo and writeup this morning — NYTimes.

  1. Expansion Capital Closes $100M Cleantech Fund « Earth2Tech Friday, September 7, 2007

    [...] in the sector grew 10% between the second quarter of 2007 and the second quarter of 2006, according to the Cleantech Network. Earlier this week Climate Change Capital said it had closed a fund worth 200 million euros ($273 [...]

  2. HeadSpace » Expansion Capital Closes $100M Cleantech Fund Friday, September 7, 2007

    [...] in the sector grew 10% between the second quarter of 2007 and the second quarter of 2006, according to the Cleantech Network. Expansion says that it raised the fund target from $60 million to $100 million to meet the growth [...]

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