Financing news: SG Biofuels, CoolPlanet, and Joule land deals

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Today, SG Biofuels completed a $17 million Series B funding round. This round is the company’s first fundraise since a $9.4 million Series A in September 2010 (see the September 14, 2010 LRBJ). SG Biofuels explained that the funding will “advance commercialization efforts,” and that i...

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