Cleantech: Venture Capital versus Acceleration Capital (Finex)

In a nutshell VC and PE investors often think they have invested in the next ground breaking technology only to find that soon after another ground breaking technology has appeared making their largely redundant and most importantly totally illiquid.

We compare the superior risk/return profile of a fund acceleration deal compared to the returns of clean tech investments in venture capital.


The fact that liquid alternatives also have liquidity and the ability to trade into and out of positions and thus specific technologies makes them even more appealing to venture capital investors in the clean tech space.

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