NewNet Daily Newsletter: BASF plans rapid ramp-up in BDO production after Genomatica tie-up

NewNet Daily Newsletter

14 May 2013

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Deal News

BASF plans rapid ramp-up in BDO production after Genomatica tie-up PREMIUM

Armstrong’s $150m clean energy fund signs first solar deal with Symbior

APR Energy, Hertz join forces to target Saudi Arabia

IFC backs Chinese LED specialist Qingdao Jason Electric

Santo leads €15m VC round by German group Efficient Energy

Navis Capital Partners takes stake in Singapore e-waste business TES-Envirocorp

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Company News

SolarCity shares at all-time high on sunny Q1 results

Tax credits for MidAmerican’s $1.9bn wind means ‘no cost to customers’ PREMIUM

S&C eyes Middle East, Africa opportunities for ambitious growth plan PREMIUM

Kedco expands Irish wind farm portfolio to 40MW, adds additional project

Statkraft’s Spittal Hill wind farm plans slashed by 22 turbines

ITM Power participates in hydrogen infrastructure programme H2USA

SoloPower to make more layoffs as it sells off equipment

Chinese PV group ReneSola establishes UK base

Iberdrola completes €20m geophysical study of 400MW Wikinger wind farm

Private equity with ESG edge will boost Africa’s economic development: report

Grotech’s lengthy fundraise pays off as it closes oversubscribed Fund II PREMIUM

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Policy News

UK’s Technology Strategy Board gets record 2013 budget

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People News

UK Green Investment Bank appoints Euan McVicar as General Counsel

Elon Musk leaves Zuckerberg’s super PAC FWD.us

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Deal Radar (PREMIUM CONTENT)

Deal Leads

South Africa releases tender documents for third window

US solar start-up makes progress with seed round

Early stage investor seeks opportunities in energy IT

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Deal Profile

UK start-up sets July deadline to raise equity for emerging market green activities

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Latest Analysis (PREMIUM CONTENT)

Every green job costs US $11m, report claims

A new report claims each green job created by finance provided by the US Department of Energy has cost $11m.

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