| ||Growth in Private Equity & Venture Capital Investment in Clean Energy Technologies, Companies, & Projects|
New Energy Finance is pleased to release the Cleaning Up 2009 report, which provides an in-depth analysis into VC & PE clean energy investment, highlighting the key investment trends of 2008 and offers predictions for 2009 and beyond. While difficult economic conditions led to the contraction of most asset classes in 2008, venture capital and private equity investment held strong with $32.4bn of investment in companies and projects.
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The Cleaning-Up 2009 report includes:
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- Development-Stage Clean Energy Companies: Of the 1,085 development-stage clean energy companies tracked, see the sectors that are getting funded and what global geographic regions are fostering new companies
- Milestone Deals: An eighteen month overview of select clean energy firm and company fund raises, IPOs, buyouts, M&A and other exits
- Clean Energy Business Incubators: Instrumental in maintaining support for the earliest stages of technological entrepreneurship, learn which regions foster the most early stage technologies and which ones are the most successful
- Private Equity Investment in Companies: PE investment in companies witnessed explosive growth in 2008. Learn which types, regions and sectors grew from 2006 through to 2008 as well as the trends in PIPEs and OTC.
- Private Equity Investment in Projects: Though mid-2008 strong growth fundamentals for clean energy, attractive debt conditions and healthy tax appetites fuelled growth. Find out which of the sectors saw great success and which stagnated.
- Venture Capital & Private Equity Investor Exits: Despite breakthrough quarters for venture and private equity investment, realization of investments lagged. Certain sectors IPO route whereas many
- Global Regions: Which regions are lagging behind? Find out which dominate the international investment landscape in venture and private equity and where competition is emerging.
- US State Investment Spotlight: Five states accounted for 68% of all US private equity investment in new energy companies in 2008. Cleaning Up discusses the factors are driving this domination and the sectors that are reaping the investment dollars.
- Venture Capital & Private Equity Investor Exits: While the momentum behind venture capital and private equity investments continued to build, tough market conditions prevented investors from realizing exits. Learn which sectors were most successful and what routes were most traveled.
- Investment Forecast 2009-2015: Looking past the current turmoil in the market, New Energy Finance forecasts the growth rates in venture and private equity investment through 2015.
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