By [email protected] Clean technology venture capital investment strategies for the next decade will look much different than those deployed over the past two decades.
In the first wave of venture green technology investing, firms sunk billions of dollars into companies whose success depended on replacing entire industrial ecosystems. Think thin-film solar and biofuels, the two “big bad bets” that Shayle Kann, partner at Energy Impact Partners, identified in a 2020 conversation on The Interchange podcast.
Despite successful counterexamples like Tesla, Nest, Enphase and Silver Spring Networks, those failures, combined with the Great Recession starting in 2008, led to the loss of roughly
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