Nth Power Technologies raises $120.5 million for its second energy venture capital fund

th Power’s first venture fund raised $63 million from strategic investors including ABB, Cinergy, Energy East, Electricité de France, and Hydro Quebec. These organizations are also participating in Fund II, joined by new strategic and financial investors including Alliant Energy, Avistar, Ballentine Capital, Bank of America Capital, Central Hudson Gas and Electric, CIBC World Markets, First Energy Corp., Itochu International Inc., Lehman Brothers Venture Capital, Meridian Energy (New Zealand), NiSource Development, Norsk Hydro (Norway), PanCanadian Petroleum Limited and Pacific Venture Capital (a unit of PGE corporation).

CHICAGO, Ill., Oct. 10, 2000 (Knight Ridder/Tribune)—One day after a Commonwealth Edison circuit breaker exploded at a key substation, producing a massive downtown blackout, Mayor Richard Daley on Monday called on ComEd to accelerate system improvements to prevent “what could be a disaster” in the future.

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