Intel Capital funds five smart grid and energy efficiency companies for $10 million

On July 29, 2009, Intel Capital announced that it would begin one new funding venture and contribute more to four existing energy efficiency and smart grid portfolio companies for approximately $10 million. The new investment is in veteran energy management company CPower, which deploys infrastructu...

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