Carbon Lighthouse Raises $20M to Expand Sensor and Software-Driven Building Efficiency

By [email protected] Energy efficiency startup Carbon Lighthouse landed a $20 million investment from Cox Enterprises, the cable and media giant, to expand its sensors-and-data-driven approach to reducing buildings’ wasted energy and carbon footprints.

Tuesday’s investment brings the San Francisco-based startup’s total venture funding to more than $54.5 million. That figure includes last year’s $27 million round of investment led by GRC SinoGreen, with participation from JCI Ventures, Ulupono Initiative, SV Tech Ventures, and Tesla co-founder and CTO JB Straubel, and a $7.5 million follow-on investment from CEAS Investments.

The equity investment follows the $65 million project finance fund Carbon Lighthouse secured from

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