Good news for the CleanTech sector:
One of the world’s most renowned venture capitalists, Vinod Khosla, has raised a $1.05 billion fund, and he’s focusing on clean technology.
A co-founder of Sun Microsystems and formerly with venture firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Khosla has created one of the top five largest funds this year, according to VentureSource. Roughly half of the new fund will be invested in clean technology . . .
CleanTech has a lot to offer: reduced carbon emissions, no conventional pollutants, decreased reliance on imported oil and gas, and a growth industry. What’s not to like?