US cleantech venture capital falls 4.5 per cent

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Ernst & Young report reveals small drop in 2011, although solar power and energy storage performed well

US venture capital in cleantech companies reached $4.9bn last year, 4.5 per cent down on 2010, analysis from Ernst & Young revealed yesterday. During the fourth quarter alone, a total of 70 funding...

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