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Funding for Alternative Energy Climbs
Posted on Monday, April 02, 2007 @ 22:37:19 EDT by vlad

Investors April 2, 2007, 12:48PM/ 2007 The Associated Press

NEW YORK — The amount of venture capital and private equity flowing to the worldwide alternative energy industry surged in the first quarter, according to a report released Monday by a London-based research group.

New Energy Finance Ltd. reported venture capital and private equity firms poured some $2.23 billion into alternative energy projects worldwide in the first quarter. The inflow was 58 percent above the first-quarter level last year and 60 percent above fourth-quarter investment levels.



Article here: http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/ap/fn/4681197.html

 
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Re: Funding Only Climbs for Conventional Alternative Energy (Score: 1)
by Overtone on Tuesday, April 03, 2007 @ 18:40:34 EDT
(User Info | Send a Message) http://www.magneticpowerinc.com
This type of article is misleading. Solar energy, which has been around for decades, is finally getting more capital.

To my knowledge, no money from institutional sources has been invested in new energy alternatives whatsoever.

The irony is that new energy systems are likely to come into the market at prices so competitive with conventional systems, such as photovoltaics, that these conventional alternatives may find themselves facing a declining, rather than a growing, market share.

Won't that be an interesting development! Sorta like investing in better stagecoaches and ignoring the invention of the automobile.

Mark Goldes
Magnetic Power Inc.













Silicon Valley's "best brains" work on energy (Score: 1)
by vlad on Tuesday, April 03, 2007 @ 23:18:53 EDT
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By Leonard Anderson

MENLO PARK, Calif (Reuters) - Venture capitalists in Silicon Valley have been searching for the next big thing in high-tech for years, but now many have switched to greener pursuits -- finding technology to help cut global warming.

Although commercial success could take years, venture capitalists are pouring cash into solar power, fuel cells, wind energy, biofuels, new lighting microchips, "smart" power grids, and other innovative energies.

"The best brains in the country are no longer working on the next pharmaceutical drug or the next Silicon Revolution. They want to work on energy," said Vinod Khosla, a top venture capitalists in Silicon Valley.

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More: Scientific American article [www.sciam.com]




 

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