A new Honolulu-based startup accelerator program, called Energy Exceletor, recently raised $30 million from the U.S. Navy.
Greentech is the head and tail of today’s funding news, with an energy efficiency company completing a huge $17 million round and a clean energy startup taking a small debt round.
Wind energy is a favorite, next to solar power, for replacing our dependance on fossil fuels. it continues to grow as does our energy use.
The company doesn’t have a website and hasn’t announced any products, but we’re going way out on a limb and guessing it has something to do with solar energy.
President Barack Obama’s state of the union address focused on innovation, jobs, education, health-care … and green technology.
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AutoGrid, a Bay Area-based startup founded in 2011, pulled in $9 million to develop its “big data” technology to help utilities and businesses control their energy usage.
The green technology investing boom has slowed. But if you ask investors, greentech isn’t disappearing, it’s just changing.
General Electric will acquire Converteam, a company that specializes in technology that converts electricity to mechanical energy and vice versa, for a whopping $3.2 billion to improve its power transmission and management network.
By 2020, there will be around 50 billion devices connected to a wireless network — and a huge chunk of those devices will be able to drastically reduce carbon emissions and environmental impact by virtue of being connected to the Internet, said telecom giant Ericsson’s chief executive Hans Vestberg.
VentureBeat’s Matt Marshall and Dan Ha, managing director of cohost SSE Labs, opened up the GreenBeat 2010 conference today with a bang.
In a time of other rather dense Intel announcements, the company has now announced that its financing arm Intel Capital invested $30 million in four new tech companies as part of its $200 million Invest in America Technology fund launched in February.