Energy technology companies have gained significant traction with end users, investors, and regulators over the last several years. Given the strong showing in the capital markets so far in 2014 and the fact that last year was the most active IPO market since 2000, we think that energy technology industries have much to look forward to in 2014. Solar companies continue to make headlines and entice Wall Street, while implementation of President Obama’s climate change agenda takes effect nationwide. This positive momentum kept up with the Energy & Clean Technology team at Mintz Levin in 2013 — we closed over 30 deals and helped raise capital for clients in the water technology, hybrid electric, wind energy, and solar industries. In this month’s edition of Mintz Levin’s Energy & Clean Technology Connections, we highlight the EPA’s work on regulating greenhouse gas emissions and the next generation of clean energy start-ups that is being fostered through MIT’s nationwide Clean Energy Prize.
We are also starting the New Year with a refreshed, efficient look for our publication. To access the most up-to-date stories from the business, policy, and research sectors of the energy and clean technology industries consider bookmarking our brand-new Energy Navigator. It is housed on our blog, Energy & Clean Technology Matters, where you can also find cutting-edge legal and legislative insight on these industries as well as information on current energy-related tax incentives and rebates.
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