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Does action in the press accurately track activity in Energy Efficiency, and more generally in cleantech, venture capital? In a very educational infographic, Dow Jones compares the number of capital-backed Energy Efficiency deals with the number of articles discussing Energy Efficiency, by region, from 2007 to 2012. Enlightening!

“According to the comparison, energy efficiency doesn’t get written about relative to the high level of venture capital interest, while everyone talks about water but no one invests.” Actually, this is not new. And it’s easy to recall how often journalists can sometimes mix up concepts, especially between Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energies. However, this is very interesting to have consistent figures to support this point coming from a serious source, like Dow Jones.

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15 tips for Energy Efficiency accelerator

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Energy Efficiency ventures, and more generally cleantech/greentech ventures, are not bets you will always win. Far from reaching this level of performances, an Energy Efficiency entrepreneur may want to join a first-class incubator, in which she will put the odds in her favour. Alongside, VCs and PEs which invest money in these incubators may want to better significantly better off. So, what are some of the secrets of success of the best incubators? As an entrepreneur, what should you look at before joining an incubator? Here are some answers an expert shares with us.