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Braemar Energy Ventures, a New York-based venture capital firm devoted to investing in early-to-mid-stage energy startups, has closed a second fund with $250 million in capital commitments, according to PE Hub. Formed in 2002, nine of Braemar’s prior portfolio companies, including energy management firm EnerNOC (ENOC), […]

Braemar Energy Ventures, a New York-based venture capital firm devoted to investing in early-to-mid-stage energy startups, has closed a second fund with $250 million in capital commitments, according to PE Hub.

Formed in 2002, nine of Braemar’s prior portfolio companies, including energy management firm EnerNOC (ENOC), have since gone public and an additional eight companies have been sold. Braemar’s current portfolio investments include Solicore (thin film batteries), Verenium (cellulosic ethanol), Stion (thin film solar), and Enerkem Technologies (syngas).

  1. [...] No Comments Posted October 8th, 2007 at 11:27 am in Startups Compared to cleantech funds like Braemar’s $250 million or Expansion’s $100 million, a low double-digit fundraising might not turn too many heads. [...]

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  2. [...] to cleantech funds like Braemar’s $250 million or Expansion’s $100 million, a low double-digit fundraising might not turn too many heads. [...]

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