The size of the fund has not yet been revealed, but is expected to be in the tens of millions of dollars.
US-based renewable power company Invenergy is raising a corporate venturing fund to invest in startups focused on boosting the reliability of clean energy, Crain’s Chicago Business reported on Wednesday. The Invenergy Future Fund was revealed in a securities filing earlier this week. It will be run by Amy Francetic, who joined Invenergy as an executive…
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