Representing a new twist on the successful tech incubator model, Fledge helps create and accelerate companies hoping to serve conscious consumers.
After making huge gains in 2010, U.S. cleantech venture investment fell 4.5 percent in a tough 2011 economy, Ernst & Young reports.
2011 was a good year for the cleantech industry, more than $8.99 billion was invested in green industries worldwide and analysts say 2012 should be even better.
AOL Energy talks about how the 2012 cleantech venture capital scene may be impacted by political outlooks and continued financial market turmoil
NREL’s 24th Industry Forum drew more than 500 entrepreneurs, scientists and investors, and three companies walked away with cash to help fund their ventures.
Finalists from the Clean Energy Trust’s 2011 Clean Energy Challenge are raising funding and growing their companies.
The Climate Group reports cleantech VC in China is up about 125 percent in 2011 over 2010, with “pollution inspection and management” gaining favor.
A red-hot energy storage sector drove cleantech venture capital up 73 percent in the third quarter 2011 compared to 2010, Ernst & Young reports.
Startup companies have always been the engines of growth of the American economy, and it is even more the case in the green sector.
A new fund from the Thiel Foundation seeks independent scientists and entrepreneurs with bold, early stage ideas with the potential to change the world.
Silicon Valley venture capital firm, Khosla Ventures has announced a new $1.05 billion fund, half of which will be invested in clean tech companies.