Cash into Clean Tech: What You Missed in 2013

It’s always a good idea to follow the markets. Especially if you are interested in gaining funding for your clean tech project.

Looking at what is getting funding and what deals are being made is important for entrepreneurs who don’t only have to sell to their customers, but also to sell their ideas to investors.

Investment capital markets for clean tech have been up and down over recent years and 2013 was no exception.

To show you the trends across the different clean tech sectors I have created this infographic that shows you where the investment capital has been going.

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Clean tech investment

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My name is George Gray and I teach startup business skills to engineers and scientists. I am an energy auditor, entrepreneur and the managing editor of Eco Founder. I share knowledge from meeting with experts in clean-tech and start-up business. Originally from Queenstown, New Zealand I completed my studies in Energy Management and Entrepreneurship and now travel the world to help Engineers and Scientists gain start-up skills to run an Eco-business.

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