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Ernst & Young, a global provider of tax, transaction and advisory services to the cleantech market, and New Energy Finance, a global provider of analysis to investors in renewable energy, have formed a new business relationship that will strengthen the companies' offering to the clean energy and clean technology markets.

Ernst & Young's business relationship with New Energy Finance consists of data, sponsorship and knowledge-sharing components. By regularly sharing market insights, both parties will be able to broaden and deepen the range of data and insights available to the clean energy and clean technology markets, according to the companies. Insights will focus on clean energy as it relates to venture capital, private equity, corporate investments and project finance.

"This relationship supports Ernst & Young's wider commitment to helping corporations make the transformational changes needed to mitigate and adapt to the adverse affects of climate change through our range of climate change and sustainability services," says Gil Forer, Ernst & Young's global director cleantech, IPO and venture capital initiatives.

New Energy Finance data will be disseminated via established Ernst & Young publications, news releases and Web casts. Ernst & Young's news releases and publications will also be available at newenergyfinance.com.

SOURCE: Ernst & Young



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