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H/L’s Venture Partner Tanya Perkins was interviewed by Forbes.
The announcement of the financing round, as well as the news of CityRock Ventures co-leading the round alongside New General Market Partners, was featured in the “New Money” section of the WSJ Venture Capital newsletter.
Holler, described by founder and CEO Travis Montaque as “a conversational media company,” just announced that it has raised $36 million in Series B funding.
Solar panels and clean heat shouldn’t be limited to the wealthy, says Donnel Baird, who’s bringing green power to low-income neighborhoods.
Whether delivering electricity to remote communities or providing road maps to guide cities toward achieving carbon neutrality, these 10 companies are creating solutions to some of the world’s most pressing energy challenges.
Thank you Crain's New York Business – we are honored to be listed as one of the most active VC firms in NYC for the second year in a row and after a most challenging year in the history of our City and country.
Bringing jobs and health benefits, BlocPower unlocks energy efficiency retrofits for low-income communities
Retrofitting buildings to make them more energy efficient and better at withstanding climate change-induced extreme weather is going to be a big, multibillion-dollar business. But it’s one that’s been hard for low-income communities to tap, thanks to obstacles ranging from faulty incentive structures to an inability to adequately plan for which upgrades will be most effective in which buildings.
BlocPower Raises $63 Million Series A to Green Urban Buildings and Creates Innovative Financing Solution Alongside the Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group
Funding Fuels Expansion to Scale "Green Heat" Building Sustainability Upgrades Across the U.S. to Address Climate Change, High Unemployment Rates, Public Health, and Economic Inequality.