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Clean Tech Investing in 2012: What’s Hot and What’s Not? - MIT Club of Northern California

Please join us at Silicon Valley Bank for an outlook on investing in clean technologies from an industry-leading group of panelists representing venture capital and investment banking viewpoints.

Panelists

Pierre Lamond, Khosla Ventures
Steve Goldby, Venrock Partners
Tim Woodward, Nth Power
David Chen, Morgan Stanley

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