Former Alt. Energy Analyst to Launch Clean Tech Fund

Nov 11 2005 | 8:05pm ET

By Deirdre Brennan 

With the cost of fuel at the pumps hovering around $60 a barrel and fears that the war in Iraq and the recent spate of hurricanes may keep prices high in the near-term, analysts are taking a closer look at alternative energy, predicting the sector will see strong, sustainable growth in the coming years.

David Kurzman, a former alternative energy analyst and founder of New York hedge fund Kurzman Partners, thinks that this sector is ripe for growth, and is readying to launch his second fund, The Kurzman Clean Tech Fund, early next year. 

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