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“If the DOE loan is dependent on Musk retaining a certain percentage of Tesla, there is no guarantee that this won’t happen due to [his] divorce settlement. Investors should bear that in mind.”

— Dallas Kachan

Tesla backs up: New S-1 language tackles Musk finances, divorce, June 2, 2010

The Kachan Letter: June 2010

Silver linings for cleantech can be found in recent environmental challenges. Biofuel opportunities are being created by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Iceland's ash cloud that grounded air traffic is accelerating adoption of renewables on the small island country. Read how investors, service providers, entrepreneurs and large corporations can profit from these developments.

Also in this issue: Tesla IPO woes, an introduction to osmotic power, a next electrical automotive component to watch, an investing opportunity in power transmission to Europe and more. 

The Kachan Letter - June 2010

The Kachan Letter: June 2010
Cleantech developments, and what they mean for who

In this issue:

  • A bright spot in lighting control
  • Ash cloud’s silver lining: renewable opportunities accelerating in Iceland
  • Drop-in biofuels to benefit from Gulf of Mexico oil spill
  • In brief: Tesla IPO woes
  • Layperson’s introduction to osmotic power—emerging base load energy source
  • Forget lithium, watch the supercapacitors
  • Investors sought for sub-Atlantic high voltage line that would deliver renewable electricity to Europe

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