Clean Technology, Corporate, Emerging Companies + Venture Capital, Environmental Permitting + Regulation, Intellectual Property Litigation, Interferences, IP Due Diligence, Land Use + Development, Technology Transactions, and Patent Litigation
James J. Mullen III and Susan H. Mac Cormac
Susan H. Mac Cormac and James J. Mullen III
Even with the current economic crisis, there is still investment in Cleantech. The latest authoritative figures from New Energy Finance show that venture capital and private equity investment is substantial, totaling $4.4 billion in the third quarter of 2008, although this was a 24% decrease from the previous quarter. The majority of Cleantech investments from venture capital and private equity in the third quarter were in solar.
Learn specific opportunities for safe investment bets in Cleantech over the next six months, and how to position your company to entice the venture capital investment dollars that may be sitting on the sidelines.
Morrison & Foerster LLP and Larta Institute invite you to a panel of Cleantech investors, industry experts, and legal practitioners – including the Corporate, Energy, Land Use, and Intellectual Property/Patent practice groups. Together these leaders in the field will address the opportunities for Cleantech investment.
The discussion will focus on five of the fastest-moving Cleantech investment areas – carbon sequestration, cellulosic and algae-based biofuels, solar (photovoltaic and concentrating solar power), water, and energy efficiency/energy intelligence. Specific topics will include:
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