SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Silicon Valley venture fund CMEA Capital said on Friday it will invest an additional $100 million in alternative energy companies over the next three years. The San Francisco-based fund, an early stage investor in many green companies including battery maker A123 Systems , biofuel firm Codexis and solar manufacturer Solyndra, has already invested in 14 alternative energy companies over the past seven years. "The alternative energy sector is finally ...
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