Inven Capital

Inven Capital

Inven Capital is a venture capital fund that looks to invest in the European new energy sector

Inven Capital is a venture capital fund that looks to invest in the European new energy sector. The firm was founded in 2014, in Prague, Halvni mesto Praha, Czech Republic.

The firm is backed by the European Investment Bank (EIB) and looks for innovative cleantech or smart energy, growth-stage startups. Inven Capital is interested in companies that provide charging management software, solar power systems, deep technology, cybersecurity platforms, renewable energy, smart thermostats, energy-efficient data centers, and lithium-based energy systems.

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tado°

tado° is a Munich, Germany-based manufacturer of thermostats and mobile applications that adjust to the real-time behavior of residents in private homes and small businesses for greater energy efficiency.

Sunfire is a Dresden, Germany-based developer and manufacturer of systems for renewable industrial gas and fuel production and energy conversion including for solid oxide fuel cells.

Sonnen GmbH is a Wildpoldsried-based developer of management solutions for lithium based energy storage.

Cloud&Heat is a Germany-based cloud computing company.

Driivz LTD is an electric vehicle company founded by Doron Frenkel.

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Mike Butcher
November 17, 2020
TechCrunch
Forto, a digital freight forwarder which has experienced a boom during the pandemic, has raised another $50 million in funding. This takes its total investment to $73 million after it raised $23m in debt financing from the European Investment Bank this year. It's now raised $126 million in total, since its launch in 2016. The [...]
Mike Butcher
November 17, 2020
TechCrunch
Forto, a digital freight forwarder which has experienced a boom during the pandemic, has raised another $50 million in funding. This takes its total investment to $73 million after it raised $23m in debt financing from the European Investment Bank this year. It's now raised $126 million in total, since its launch in 2016. The [...]

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