NewNet Daily Newsletter: Actis, Mainstream join to launch Chilean renewables developer Aela Energía

NewNet Daily Newsletter

7 June 2013

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Deal News

Actis, Mainstream join to launch Chilean renewables developer Aela EnergíaPREMIUM

French start-up Netatmo gets cash from Iris Capital

Asian Development Bank lends $90m for Uzbek solar plant

FCC ties in Gamesa for 7-year O&M deal

IFC provides €38.8m for 30MW Jelinak wind farm in Croatia

United Airlines to begin aviation biofuel flights in 2014

France selects 138 projects for 30MW rooftop tender

Canadian Solar sells four solar plants to BluEarth Renewables

Nordex to equip Google’s 72MW wind farm

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Company News

FuelCell Energy narrows losses in second quarter results

SolarWorld calls creditor talks for July

Volvo Trucks to commercialise dimethyl ether heavy-duty vehicles

PowerSecure adds $75m to revenue backlog

Thai power firms prepare to list infrastructure funds PREMIUM

Israeli tech investor Vintage Investment Partners beats target for fund six

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Policy News

Siemens: New UK wind planning guidance will not shrink market PREMIUM

Waste2Tricity: UK Gov response to renewable sector ‘shambolic’ PREMIUM

EPA to announce ethanol targets for the summer

Spain to make deeper cuts to renewables subsidies

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People News

New director of energy services at Drumbeat Energy Management

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Deal Radar (PREMIUM CONTENT)

Deal Leads

SolarCity stock is top-pick for Firsthand Technology Value Fund

Venture investor seeks Israeli, European technology opportunities

Waste-to-energy company raises majority of $3m funding round

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Latest Analysis (PREMIUM CONTENT)

Monthly semiconductor sales on the rise

The worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $23.62bn for the month of April 2013, a 0.6 per cent increase from the previous month when sales were $23.48bn, according to new figures from the Semiconductor Industry Association.

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