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19 October 2012

Jupiter, BNP Paribas Clean Energy Partners, Capricorn and Emerald to share a range of investor views at the sixth annual Envirotech & Clean Energy Investor Summit


Deal News

Statoil, Stratkraft partner to buy Dudgeon offshore wind project

Blue Sky, Renewable Engineered Systems bring solar to NASCAR

Metso wins biomass CHP boiler order

Cleantech swings out of favour for angel investors as medi moves in PREMIUM

NEC to provide energy storage for Enel pilot

Broadwind Energy wins turbine tower orders worth $37m

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Company News

Canadian rules against Trillium’s $2.25bn claim over halt to offshore wind

UK biomass plant poses ‘no health risk’ to public

ScottishPower starts build on £160m Harestanes wind farm

UK planning, grid an issue for small turbines, but market still strong PREMIUM

First Solar opens Arizona operations centre

RHI helps GG Eco cut bills for big heat users PREMIUM

Caterpillar unveils hybrid excavator

NextLife Asset Recovery to invest $10m into plastic recycling plant

SolarMax set to break ground on new HQ

MORE COMPANY NEWS »

Fund News

UK’s largest pension funds back £2bn infrastructure investment platform PREMIUM

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Policy News

UK government urged to tread carefully over energy market reforms PREMIUM

UK Energy Secretary: Government is united on energy despite PM’s surprise pledge PREMIUM

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Deal Radar (PREMIUM CONTENT)

Deal Leads

Indian renewables company raising $100m for wind farm projects

Energy infrastructure may be in focus for new investment vehicle

Biomass-to-biocoal company announces funding requirements

Australia’s water fund opens to applicants

Power management tech developer begins raising debt financing

MORE DEAL LEADS »

Deal Profiles

Energy efficient flywheel developer announces funding requirements

Canadian company producing biofuels from algae eyes $2m

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Latest Feature (PREMIUM CONTENT)

South West Marine Energy Park accelerates growth in marine energy sector

South West Marine Energy Park (SWMEP) is driving growth in the sector – it is the first of its kind in the UK, endorsed by government, in an area of high ocean resource and industry potential and Cornwall is one of its key partners offering unique testing facilities in its waters.

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