March 22, 2012

The Clean Revolution Will Be Crowd Funded

Daniel Rosen, GigaOm


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Will so-called crowd-funding provide the next-generation of investment for clean power? The Senate’s version of the Jumpstart Our Business Start-ups (or JOBS) Act was planned to be voted on Tuesday, but has been delayed in the Senate by new arguments. That bill already had the support of Google, Steve Case, Angel List and many others, and we’d also like to lend our support for the bill from our small start-up Solar Mosaic in the clean-energy community.

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