US clean tech venture capital plunges 55 per cent


Third-quarter falls paint a worrying picture of fewer deals and shrinking investment after strong start to the year, but analysts claim volatility is to be expected

US venture capital investments in clean tech companies fell by 55 per cent in the third quarter of 2010 compared to the same time last year, although analysts were quick to play down the implications of...

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