Less Venture Capital for Clean Tech? Not If You’re Smart…
A recent article in the San Francisco Business Times notes that although major VC firms are pulling back on investment in Clean Tech startups, there is still tremendous opportunity for startups that can deliver a faster ROI.
While most Clean Tech startups have lofty long-term goals that require huge startup capital for the development of vast new infrastructure networks, companies like Sylvatex — “a smarter, leaner, second-generation cleantech startup” — are perfectly positioned to deliver the benefits of Clean Tech without the high upfront costs.
Not only is Sylvatex operating with incredibly low overhead, their underlying technology — “a drop-in renewable additive for diesel fuel that lowers the fuel’s emissions” — works perfectly well with all existing engines and distribution systems, so there’s essentially zero infrastructure investment necessary.
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