Making the Business Case For Early Stage CleanTech Investment, Deployment

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Emerging technology in the clean energy space generates much excitement and there is no shortage of aspiring innovators hoping to make a difference. But many of these clean tech innovators are dealing with a “significant fall off in traditional early-stage investment right at a time [when] we need capital,” said John MacWilliams, associate deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy.

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