Solar Power Startup Bright Raises $4 Million To Distribute Energy In The Developing World

Solar Power Startup Bright Raises $4 Million To Distribute Energy In The Developing World

By Sarah Buhr Bright, a solar panel installation and distribution startup pulled in $4 million in seed money to build out its solar software and financing team. The startup launched out of the last batch of Y Combinator and began building in Mexico last year. Energy is expensive and often complicated in the country, costing upwards of $4,000 USD in hot summer months in some cases, according to the… Read More

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