In response to tight credit markets, cleantech companies, particularly those without access to the public equity markets, are increasingly looking to non-traditional sources of financing to supplement venture capital and meet their needs for growth capital. While there has been a lot of buzz surrounding federal stimulus funding and other alternative sources, many remain confused as to the specific opportunities available and how to access them. This article provides a brief introduction to some of the non-traditional sources of financing currently in the marketplace.
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Topics: Carbon Capture and Sequestration, Clean Tech, Tax Credits, Venture Capital
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