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In backing clean energy start-ups, fund look for larger resumes

You don’t have to be an angel to find this New York Times article interesting. It says that venture capitalists invest these days not in green start-ups, but in more mature clean tech companies. It highlights one investment firm, Richard Branson’s Virgin Green Fund, and two companies, Quench and GreenRoad.

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