On May 13, 2019, at the FACC Sustainability & Innovation Forum in New York City, the French-American Chamber of Commerce (FACC) introduced their new Sustainability & Innovation Committee which will drive the adoption and deployment of sustainability policies, solutions, and initiatives in its 1000+ member companies. Jean-Noël Poirier, Executive Managing Director of the Clean Energy […]
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Lee Taylor, CEO of CEVG portfolio company REsurety, discusses covariance risk with Norton Rose Fulbright Partners Todd Alexander and Rob Eberhardt in this Currents Podcast episode. Lee answers everything from what it is and why you should care about it to who wears the risk in a project and what commercial and industrial buyers can […]
LineVision, Inc., which enables utilities to improve transmission line capacity, resilience and safety through advanced technology, today announced that it has closed a $2 million Series A round. The lead investor was Clean Energy Ventures. LineVision will use the new capital to scale its operations and supply chain to support the needs of utilities worldwide. […]
“REsurety, a leading provider of valuation analytics and risk management services to the buyers and sellers of renewable energy, announced today that it has reached a critical corporate and industry milestone, having surpassed more than 5,000 MW of risk management transactions. Transactions closed in 2018 with Microsoft, Enel Green Power North America, Engie, Orsted, Macquarie, and […]
CEVG portfolio company CleanFiber, formerly UltraCell Insulation, has raised $4.9 million to advance plans for building a western New York factory. CleanFiber manufactures high performance cellulose building insulation, a higher quality product made at lower cost from recycled and residual materials. See the announcement here.
Quidnet Energy, Inc., a CEVG portfolio company, was one of ten projects selected as part of ARPA-E’s new DAYS (Duration Addition to electricitY Storage) program. This program will, ” develop energy storage systems that provide power to the electric grid for durations of 10 to approximately 100 hours, opening significant new opportunities to increase grid […]