Investment Strategy Supports California Energy Agenda

San Francisco, California [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] The California Clean Energy Fund (CalCEF), a $30 million public benefit investment fund created to spur investment and innovation in California’s clean energy economy, announced a summary of its Fund 1 Portfolio. CalCEF has made investments in Energy Efficiency and Demand Response companies, Distribution and Central-Station Renewables companies, Clean Fossil Distributed Generation companies, Technologies for California’s Clean Transportation Agenda and more. The CalCEF Fund l portfolio, one year in to a multiyear investment strategy, is co-managed by three investment managers who bring more than $ 5 billion in market power.
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