Solar Software Company PVcase Atlas Raises $100 million in Latest Funding Round

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Key Takeaways:

  • PVcase secures $100 million in the unknown series of funding.
  • The company’s total funds raised now stands at $123,862,806
  • Elephant, Energize Ventures, and Highland Europe among the investors.

The innovative PVcase, a forward-thinking solar software company, has successfully raised $100 million in a recent funding round. This considerable financial backing marks another milestone for the company, solidifying its position as a frontrunner in the B2B, Energy, Renewable Energy, and Solar sectors.

Based in Kaunas, Kauno Apskritis, Lithuania, Europe, PVcase is reshaping the energy landscape with its sophisticated solar software solutions. With the latest fundraise, the company’s total funding amount reaches a staggering $123,862,806.

The fundraise announcement, dated July 18, 2023, glimpses the interest of prominent investors. The investors behind this round were Elephant, Energize Ventures, and Highland Europe. The funding type is currently listed as ‘Series Unknown’. More details about the startup can be obtained from their Crunchbase profile.

This round marks the 4th successful funding endeavor for PVcase, each helping the company to advance their innovative solar work, promoting a sustainable and renewable future.


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