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The Week In Green Energy: iBanking Goes Sustainable

The renewable energy and cleantech sector is ripe for a wave of consolidation and Wall Street banks don’t want to miss out on this potentially lucrative stream of green advisory fees. That’s why a growing number of banks are forming dedicated renewable energy and cleantech-focused banking groups, including Lazard, which this week, hired veteran energy…

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Greentech Capital Advisors Sells Minority Stake to California Hedge Fund

Palo Alto, Calif., -based Capricorn Investment Group has acquired a minority stake in Greentech Capital Advisors, which plans to use proceeds from the investment to finance its U.S. expansion. Capricorn Investment was founded by former EBay President Jeffrey Skoll and according to Bloomberg News, counts former Vice President Al Gore as a client.

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Greentech Capital Adviser To Global Environmental Fund In Sale of Portfolio Co.

Global Environmental Fund tapped Greentech Capital Advisors as its financial advisor for the sale of its portfolio company Unirac, the solar mounting systems company� based in Albuquerque, NM., to Hilti, the Liechtenstein-based tool making company.

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The Week In Green Energy: Tracking The Green Dollar

Week of April 12 – to – April 16, 2010 This week, industry groups released�a slew of optimistic reports that highlighted the robust health of the U.S. clean energy sector. In 2009, U.S. solar capacity grew by 29 percent, according to the Solar Energy Industry Association. Wind, according to the American Wind Energy Association, was…

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Greentech Capital Financial Adviser To Eka Systems

Smart grid startup Eka Systems hired Greentech Capital Advisors as its financial adviser in its acquisition by Cooper Industries. We caught up with Greentech Capital’s Craig Wellen, who worked on the Eka deal. He expects a healthy M&A deal flow this year as large industrial companies continue buying small, cash-hungry companies developing promising technologies, including…

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