Wunder, which graduated in 2014 from Techstars‘ accelerator, says it offers “two solar investment opportunities; the Wunder Income Fund and the Wunder Bridge Fund, where investors are able to earn up to 6 percent and 11 percent respectively.”
The Boulder, Colorado-based startup said that it’ll use the funds to grow its team and expand “into new energy markets.”
Techstars Ventures, Fenway Summer Ventures, and FinTech Collective led the series A funding round.
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