Private Equity Firm Raises Nearly $1 Billion For Clean Tech Investements

By Frank Andorka By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent

A hundred million here, a hundred million there, and suddenly you’re talking real money. And that’s the kind of real money that Energy Impact Partners, a utility-backed investment fund, has raised to invest in clean tech.
$681 million, to be exact.
Bloomberg reports that Energy Impact Partners, backed by such utility giants as Southern Company and National Grid, are looking to invest the money in startups that are doing clean tech research, looking for the next big breakthrough.
This is in addition to the the $200 million the fund has already invested in companies like Advanced Microgrid Solutions and

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