Clean Tech isn't a new field for VC. Draper Fisher Jurvetson has been investing in Clean Tech since 2001: Managing Directors Steve Jurvetson and Raj Atluru expound on what's big in 2008: Efficiency, Waste Energy, Thin Film Solar, Synthetic Genomics, and more.
With 11 deals that invested over 40 million dollars in clean tech in 2007, some say Draper Fisher Jurvetson's lead Clean Tech investing in 2007.
The company made its first investments in Clean Tech in 2001.
Where DFJ looks to invest: Energy Efficiency, Waste Energy, Biological Solutions
"Nature has evolved inherently clean and green ways of doing things" Steve Jurvetson
Will 2008 bring the first synthetic life forms? Craig Venter's Synthetic Genomics could produce custom microbes for energy applications.