Bloomberg: Yale finds less green than they'd hoped investing in NH biofuel company
There’s also no guarantee that more sustainable investing will yield decent returns. Of the four alternative energy investments that Yale University featured in its 2009 investment report, at least two are foundering after natural gas prices fell. The solar panel-making unit of Suntech Power Holdings Co., based in Jiangsu, China, went bankrupt while Mascoma Corp., a biofuel company in Lebanon, New Hampshire, failed to go public.
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