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Energy Revolution Ventures Welcomes Dr Mark Selby, FREng as a Venture Partner

London, UK. 11th November 2023. Energy Revolution Ventures has officially welcomed Dr Mark Selby as a Venture Partner.

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SG’s DiviGas nets US$3.6M seed financing for its hydrogen purification technology

DiviGas developed a new process for manufacturing membranes aiming to recycle unrecoverable hydrogen gas generated in refineries and other production facilities.

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Chariot – Green Hydrogen Pilot Projects in Morocco

Chariot Limited, the Africa focused transitional energy group (“Chariot”), Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (“UM6P”) and Oort Energy (“Oort”), collectively the “Parties”, announce they have agreed to collaborate on green hydrogen pilot projects in Morocco.

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Anthro Energy Raises $7.2M in Seed Funding

Anthro Energy, an advanced battery technology company, announced the closing of an oversubscribed $7.2M seed round. Union Square Ventures and Energy Revolution Ventures co-led the financing, with participation from Voyager Ventures, Emerson Collective, Nor'Easter Ventures, Ultratech Capital Partners, and the Stanford President's Venture Fund.

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Anthro Raises $7.2M in Seed Funding

The company intends to use the funds to accelerate the commercialization of its core battery technology platform for applications ranging from wearables to mobility and beyond.

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Bendy batteries could power new categories, and Anthro Energy thinks it’s cracked the code

The era of inflexible portable power may be coming to an end, though, if Anthro Energy can bring its bendy batteries to market.

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Anthro Raises $7.2m in Seed Funding to Shape the Future of Energy Storage

Anthro Energy, Inc., an advanced battery technology company, today announced the closing of an oversubscribed $7.2M seed round. Union Square Ventures and Energy Revolution Ventures co-led the financing, with participation from Voyager Ventures, Emerson Collective, Nor’Easter Ventures, Ultratech Capital Partners, and the Stanford President’s Venture Fund. The capital will accelerate the commercialization of Anthro’s core battery technology platform for applications ranging from wearables to mobility and beyond.

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