Energize Ventures

Energize Ventures

Energize Ventures is a venture capital firm investing in companies focused on data analytics, cybersecurity, distributed energy resources, advanced energy storage, operational efficiency, and mobility.

Energize Ventures is a venture capital fund that seeks investments in early and growth-stage technology companies to make energy and industrial companies more affordable, reliable, and secure. The firm is focused on the digital application layer of energy and industry and is seeking investments in companies operating in the data analytics, cybersecurity, energy storage, distributed energy resources, mobility and operational efficiency sectors. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.

Investment

Energize Ventures' investments include DroneDeploy, Volta Charging, Jupiter Intelligence, Nozomi Networks and SparkCognition.

Funds

Energize Ventures has raised a total of $150 million in a single venture fund, Energize Ventures Fund. This fund was announced on September 20, 2018 and raised a total of $150 million.

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Funded Companies

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Aurora Solar

Aurora Solar is a San Francisco-based devloper of solar design, proposal, and sales software.

Zededa is a San Jose based developer and provider of edge computing virtualization software and solutions.

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People

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John Tough

Managing Partner

Juan Muldoon

Partner

Katie McClain

Partner

Kelly Lassing

Marketing & Communications Specialist

Lori DeLuca

CFO

Steven Kirnbauer

Operations Manager

Tyler Lancaster

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Matt Burns
August 25, 2020
TechCrunch
Chicago has a long history of creating industry-leading companies and it doesn't seem COVID-19 is slowing down the city. TechCrunch surveyed Chicago venture capitalists who remain optimistic despite the current crisis. COVID-19 could be good for Chicago, they told TechCrunch throughout their survey responses. It's clear from the responses below investors in Chicago are interested [...]

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