Bill Gates and the EU launch €100m clean tech investment fund

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Bill Gates chairs Breakthrough Energy Ventures, which is committing €50m to the new fund | Credit: On Innovation
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Bill Gates chairs Breakthrough Energy Ventures, which is committing €50m to the new fund | Credit: On Innovation

New Breakthrough Energy Ventures Europe fund aims to bring radically new clean energy technologies to the market

European businesses working on cleantech solutions could soon receive an investment boost, thanks to a €100m investment fund launched yesterday by Bill Gates and the European Union. The Breakthrough...

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