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July 16th, 2004
Mixed Success for Energy Clean Tech Investing in 2004
Investment in the cleantech sector increased in Q1 2004 by 45% compared to Q4 2003, according to the most recent issue of the Cleantech Venture Monitor, released by the Cleantech Venture Network. "For the first time since we began tracking this type of information at the start of 2002, energy-related investments did not receive the largest share of cleantech dollars, as they were overtaken by "Materials and Nanotechnology" and "Industrial and Manufacturing" deals," said Nicholas Parker, co-founder and chairman of the Cleantech Venture Network.
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