* Total of $4.85 bln in 2009 vs $7.6 bln in 2008 * Volume of deals rises slightly to 356, up from 350 LOS ANGELES, Dec 30 (Reuters) - Venture capital investors spent 36 percent less this year on clean technology for a total of nearly $5 billion, an industry group reported on Wednesday. The solar power sector continued to pull in the most investment, with 84 deals worth $1.4 billion -- more than a quarter of the total $4.85 billion invested in clean technology in 2009, Greentech Media ...
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