Robeco Sustainable Arm Seeks 'Clean Growth'

Sep 19 2012 | 2:37pm ET

If you hear “clean tech” and think Solyndra, Craig Cummins wants you to think again.

“This is a bit of a problem,” says Cummins, a senior associate at SAM, the sustainable-investment arm of Dutch asset manager Robeco, “this mixing up solar or renewable energy and the term ‘clean tech,’ because the majority of the activity in the clean tech space is energy-related, but that’s not only renewable energy.”

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