NewNet Daily Newsletter: Deal round-up: BioAmber IPO is peak of bioenergy activity

NewNet Daily Newsletter


20 May 2013

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Deal News

Deal round-up: BioAmber IPO is peak of bioenergy activity PREMIUM

SunEdison seeks IFC funding for 50MW solar plant in Chile

Aspen Aerogels opts for private placement over IPO

LDK Solar to supply Realforce Power with 500MW in wafers

Idinvest’s Electranova Capital backs Forsee Power Solutions

Conergy installs 1.2MW PV on Spanish public buildings

Riverstone-backed Silver Ridge pulls IPO due to market conditions

Green Energy Renewable Solutions merges with Cirque Energy II

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Company News

Stock round-up: Asia’s green stocks see mixed fortunes PREMIUM

Desertec dream alive as first concept plant begins construction in MoroccoPREMIUM

Dong’s Anholt offshore wind farm complete with 111th turbine installed

Gamesa confirms meeting Brazil’s local content rules

First turbine installed at €2bn Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm

PV Crystalox continues deconstruction of Bitterfield site

Fosun nears first close for $1bn China gateway fund

UBS begins raising vehicle to back KKR’s energy income fund

MORE FUND NEWS »

Policy News

Berlin set for EU solar dumping taxation row

North Carolina signs supportive wind energy bill

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People News

Ernest Moniz gets unanimous go-ahead as next US Energy Secretary

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Deal Radar (PREMIUM CONTENT)

Deal Leads

Asian fund looks to back international energy firms eying China growth

China’s Himin Solar hints to 2014 IPO

Colorado’s cleantech policy allocates $12m funding

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Latest Feature (PREMIUM CONTENT)

Saudi Arabia shows determination to diversify

Saudi Arabia is planning to move aggressively into renewable energy, with plans to install more solar and wind power in the next 20 years than the rest of the world has installed to date, writes the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Bill Scanlon.

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