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SVB collapse: What now for clean tech financing?

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SVB counted more than 1,550 climate tech and sustainability-focused customers, according to its website. (Photo: Olivier Douliery/Getty Images)

The failure of Silicon Valley Bank has sent shockwaves through the start-up community globally in the biggest US banking collapse since the 2008 financial crisis. Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse on March 10 has raised questions in the clean energy sector over the future of early-stage climate tech companies and projects. ...

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