(Stockholm, manufactures electric scooters with the unique process of industrial origami): Has secured 20 MSEK in grant funding from EIT Innoenergy and Vinnova. Early investors include member Tobias Emanuelsson. “To have a chance of reaching future climate goals, we must make giant strides, especially in construction and the mobility sectors. We possess technology that could potentially be one of these giant strides for a large part of the industry, but this also requires completely new ways of thinking about tools and technology,” comments Jonas Nyvang.
(Stockholm, develops technical solutions based on satellite data and AI for monitoring and analysis of land, as well as related activities): Has raised 3 MSEK in a funding round from CoFounded Capital with Patrick Söderlund, Hjalmar Winbladh and member Jacob de Geer. Terra Labs, which is in “Stealth mode”, was founded by Peder Stahle and Adam von Corswant, two former top-level technical executives at Kry and iZettle.
(Åstorp, heat pump systems for apartments and commercial properties in Europe’s metropolitan areas): Has raised 260 MSEK in a funding round led by Thomas von Koch and IMAS. Early investors in Qvantum include NEA with member Jacob Brögger and backed by members Rustan Panday, Johan Skarborg, and Daniel Pilotti. The funding round happened in conjunction with a large acquisition of a manufacturing plant from Electrolux that will allow Qvantum to increase its production capacity significantly.