* Low carbon technologies face funding gap * But will be mainstream before 2020 DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Emerging clean energy technologies are facing a funding shortfall in a race to roll out at a commercial scale, said Alan Salzman, chief executive of investors VantagePoint Venture Partners, on Wednesday. VantagePoint manages over $4.5 billion of funds invested in growing companies in information technology, health and clean technology including solar power, low-carbon ...
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