NewNet Daily Newsletter: London likely to miss out as venue of choice for Waste2Tricity IPO

NewNet Daily Newsletter

5 June 2013

See all the latest reaction to the UK Energy Bill reading and European solar tariffs on New Energy World Network

Deal News

London likely to miss out as venue of choice for Waste2Tricity IPO PREMIUM

Emerald makes inaugural investment from fund III into MetGen

Google teams with Allianz, Sweden’s O2 to green Finnish data centre

AkzoNovel, Solvay partner to expand sustainable raw material use

Porvair acquires US filter business Eisenmann Metallurgical

Industrifonden, Innogy Ventures back bioenergy services business Mantex

Total Energy Ventures joins Wireless Seismic’s $12.5m round

Telecoms business Telus makes ‘cool’ investment in Vigilent through VC arm

Tokyo Electron’s corporate venture arm backs water specialist Miox

Universal Bioenergy’s NDR Energy to build $167m PV plant with JSG Solar

Natural Resources Canada helps fund study into 5MW geothermal project

Aveng Group acquires controlling interest in EESTech Africa

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Company News

Fishermen’s Energy deploys wind monitoring buoy in US federal waters

Verizon to install Bloom Energy fuel cells at California hubs

Canadian Solar strengthens South American solar position

Akkadian Ventures launches third fund with $35m target PREMIUM

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Policy News

EU solar duties ‘absolutely insane’, will have consequences beyond PV PREMIUM

Response to Yeo’s amended Energy Bill defeat, 290 votes to 267 PREMIUM

US Energy Dept stimulates $20m investment into efficient lighting

US to offer first offshore RE lease auction in July

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Deal Radar (PREMIUM CONTENT)

Deal Leads

UK waste-to-energy business updates on IPO plans

India’s ONGC to seek partners for 6.5GW of renewables

Sustainable Real Estate Solutions opens debt round

Cleantech investor aims to attract equity commitments to latest fund

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Latest Analysis (PREMIUM CONTENT)

California remains epicentre of US cleantech market

California continues to serve as the epicentre of the US cleantech market, maintaining a broad leadership role spanning clean electricity deployment, energy efficiency, policy innovation, and investment attraction, according to the latest 2013 US Cleantech Leadership Index study by advisory group Clean Edge.

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