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Intel Puts its Green in China

Intel Capital is the investment arm of the Intel we all know, and it seems that green technology is viagra professional on its agenda (EcoGeek logo fiasco aside). The company has recently invested $20 million into Trony Solar Hodlings Co., a company that makes thin film solar and buy cialis on the internet specializes in building-integrated installations. Another investment went to NP Holdings, Ltd., who makes electric storage systems.

It is no surprise why China is becoming a burgeoning home for cleantech ventures. It has the industrial capacity and – more importantly, right now – capital. As we’ve mentioned with the wind power industry, capital and credit are two things that the US could use more of these days, and that the Chinese government has to where to get levitra in canada offer. And so while investors and VCs flock to the other side of the Pacific, all the US cleantech startups can do is sigh.

Via The Wall Street Journal, Earth2Tech
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written by Tim Sutcliff, October 29, 2008
I read more about this earlier at Greentech Media . Intel Capital is serious money, they set up a $500 million China fund in April and have since invested in six companies. It has invested more than $7.5 billion in about 1,000 companies in 45 countries since its founding in 1991.

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