NewNet Daily Newsletter: Wasabi readies to begin pre-IPO fundraising for Asia arm

NewNet Daily Newsletter

1 May 2013

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Deal News

Wasabi readies to begin pre-IPO fundraising for Asia arm PREMIUM

Exclusive: Greenbriar Capital sets 300MW target for Puerto Rico JV with AlterraPREMIUM

Masdar’s partnership with UK’s GIB could see £2bn pumped into green infraPREMIUM

Verizon unveils $100m solar spending spree in ClearEdge, SunPower deals

MabLyte, Watertronix both receive £150,000 funding from Mercia

EKO Asset Management forms green infrastructure JV with construction firm

Virgin teams with jet fuel specialist for Brisbane ‘bio-port’

SolarWorld comes to initial agreements with creditors

Soitec wraps up $111m debt financing for its 44MW South African solar project

Update: UAE’s Masdar confirms investment into UK green energy

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Company News

Electric vehicle maker Coda files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

PSEG revises New Jersey solar investments

SolarCity opens largest operations centre yet

Vestas deploys measurement tools at Australia’s 420MW Macarthur wind farm

MORE COMPANY NEWS »

Fund News

Jupiter adopts new FTSE ET100 index for Ecology Fund

L&T Infra targets renewables in $500m debt fund

Triodos Bank launches retail SRI funds

MORE FUND NEWS »

Policy News

Solar glass becomes latest focus in EU-China trade battle PREMIUM

One third of Scotland off-limits to wind under planning proposals

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People News

Michael Pope joins Clean Power Finance as CFO

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Deal Radar (PREMIUM CONTENT)

Deal Leads

US Energy Department to invest $13m in ocean energy technologies

Cleantech business eyes multiple listings for regional subsidiaries

US water treatment specialist lays out $2m equity needs

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Deal Profile

US solar innovator needs bridge loan for local, Chinese projects

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Latest Analysis (PREMIUM CONTENT)

US tax regime makes it attractive for corporate sustainability

The US is the most attractive country in terms of using its tax regime to drive sustainable corporate behaviour and achieve green policy goals.

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