EcoMotors International, developer of the efficient, clean, lightweight, powerful opoc (opposed piston, opposed cylinder) engine, announced Tuesday that it has completed its Series C round with a new investment totaling $32.5 million, led by Braemar Energy Ventures of New York City and Boston.
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Sakti3 Inc., an Ann Arbor-based developer of lithium-ion batteries, announces the investment of $4.2 million by General Motors Ventures LLC and Itochu Technology Ventures to advance the firm’s manufacturing capabilities. The companies also plan to […]
Troy-based EcoMotors International announced Monday that the company has secured an undisclosed but “substantial” Series B funding round to complete the engineering and testing of its Opoc engine. The two exclusive investors in EcoMotors’ Series […]