Intel Capital to invest $20 mln in solar venture

Oct 28, 2008

(AP) -- Shrugging off gloom over the economic outlook, Intel Capital on Tuesday announced its first "clean-tech" initiative in China, a $20 million equity investment in Trony Solar Holdings Co., one of China's biggest makers of solar energy and wind power equipment.



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jb3
not rated yet Oct 28, 2008
I also read a good article about this at

http://www.greent...077.html




jb3
not rated yet Oct 28, 2008
If you are interested in all things clean techy that website -- http://www.greentechmedia.com/ -- is a very good influx point for renewable technologies, capiatal, and public policy.

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