BlocPower, the Brooklyn startup focused on introducing energy efficiency into multifamily buildings through leasing, has raised $11.8M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that the total offering is for $14.3M and that there were thirty-one investors in this close. Investors in previous rounds include Andreessen Horowitz, Kapor Capital, MaC Venture Capital, Urban Us, Eugene M. Lang Entrepreneurial Initiative Fund, The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center, CBS, ACRE, and Schmidt Family Foundation. Founded by Donnel Baird and Morris Cox in 2013, BlocPower has now raised a total of $12.9M in reported equity funding.
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