Washington Cleantech Companies Raise $31.3 Million in 2012 Q3

Washington State cleantech companies raised $31.3 million in venture capital during the third quarter of 2012.  Cleantech accounted for 20% of the total funds raised.

VCs invested a total of $155 million in all sectors during the period.  The findings were from the MoneyTree survey.

Here are the cleantech companies that raised venture funds in the third quarter:

  1. Infinia (Solar):  $14.14  million
  2. Airbiquity (Telematics):  $9.89 million
  3. Targeted Growth (Biofuels):  $5.00 million
  4. Calico Energy (Smart Grid):  $2.00 million
  5. EnerG2 (Battery Technology): 0.27 million

Source:   John Cook, Geekwire, October 19, 2012.

Data compiled by the Washington Clean Technology Alliance shows that the sector raised over $200 million in 2007.  Fundings thereafter collapsed as the economy dropped and the cleantech bubble burst.  In the past three years, however, companies in the field have raised nearly $250 million in new capital.

Cleantech capital raised 2006-2012 in Washington state compiled by the WCTA


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