Fund targets US early-stage clean energy startups: Page 2 of 2

October 16, 2019 //By Rich Pell
Clean energy venture fund targets early-stage startups
Venture capital firm Clean Energy Ventures (Boston, MA) has announced the closing of its first fund - a $110 million early-stage venture fund for clean energy innovation in North America.
and having a material impact on greenhouse gas emissions."

The firm's three principals – David S. Miller, Daniel Goldman, and Temple Fennell – have extensive advanced energy and technology start-up experience, as well as over 40 years of combined investing experience at the seed and early stages. Their track record of investing in more than 30 early-stage advanced energy companies includes multiple exits, such as MyEnergy (acquired by Nest, subsequently acquired by Alphabet affiliate Google), and more recently, Pika Energy (acquired by Generac).

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