Low-carbon concrete developer Solidia Technologies raises $27 million in Series B

On February 1, low-carbon cement developer Solidia Technologies announced an equity fund-raising round of $27 million, with $5 million from BASF Venture Capital. This round also included BP Ventures, Bright Capital, and seed round investor Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers (KPCB), and brings the total ...

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