EnerTech’s Wally Hunter on How Clean-Tech Investing Has Changed

Sep 16, 2013

EnerTech Capital raised just under $120 million for its fourth fund focused on investments in later-stage venture and growth-stage companies in the energy technology space in the U.S. and Canada, as VentureWire reported this week.

EnerTech Capital Wally Hunter says companies like Solyndra became overvalued, but plenty of good opportunities remain in clean technology.

We spoke with EnerTech Managing Director Wally Hunter, who’s based in the firm’s Toronto office, about why there are more Canadian and fewer Middle Eastern limited partners in Enertech’s new fund, how he stayed away from Solyndra, where new energy technology opportunities lie, and why the oilmen’s club in Calgary may be a good place to find deals.

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