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Intel Invests in Viridity’s Series B

Viridity Energy, a Conshohocken, Pa. developer of distributed energy resource management systems, has raised an undisclosed second round of funding led by Braemar Energy Ventures.

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The Week In Green Energy: The Tipping Point

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The first week in June could well go down in history as the moment energy and climate legislation in the U.S. reached its tipping point.

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Tres Amigas Moves Forward With Green interconnection Project

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Tres Amigas, the developer of a first – of – its – kind transmission project that seeks to unite America’s three power grids and provide access to markets for renewable energy resources, has selected Viridity Energy to design, build and operate the power-trading platform for its superconductor project it is developing in New Mexico.

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The Cornerstone Conversation: Russell Stidolph, AltEnergy, Tres Amigas

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We recently talked to Russell Stidolph, founder and Managing Director of AltEnergy, a clean energy-focused private equity fund with $110 million of committed investment capital. The fund is based in Rowayton, Conn. and invests across the clean energy spectrum – in wind and solar generation, biofuels, as well as smart grid and transmission projects. In…

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Update: Details Emerge on Tres Amigas Financing

Tres Amigas: The electron superhighway

GER had an insightful talk with Russell Stidolph, founder of cleantech-focused PE firm AltEnergy, a majority owner of the Tres Amigas grid interconnection project, on which we wrote about earlier this week.

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Confidence in Green Energy Growing Faster Than the Dow


Green energy companies have been feeling bullish for a while now, spurred on by $3 billion in investment from the government stimulus plan. But does the optimism reflect reality?

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American Superconductor to Provide Hardware for Tres Amigas Project


American Superconductor (NASDAQ: AMSC) announced today that it will the supply superconductor wire and cable to unite America’s three power grids and provide access to market for renewable energy resources, the company said today.

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