Clean Energy Technology Attracts Venture Capital

Worldwide, venture capitalists poured $526 million into clean-energy companies in 2003, down from $584 million in 2002.

Published: 22-Mar-2004

Betting that the age of big, grimy power plants is nearing its end, some venture capitalists see money to be made by thinking smaller and cleaner.

Investors are increasingly gambling on clean-energy technologies, such as hydrogen fuel cells, small-scale wind turbines and solar generation gear.

Depending on who's doing the talking, green can be profitable, or profitable also can be green.

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