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EnLink Geoenergy Services

Founded Year

1995

Stage

Series D | Alive

Total Raised

$49.05M

Last Raised

$8.92M | 9 yrs ago

About EnLink Geoenergy Services

EnLink Geoenergy Services provides geothermal earth-heat exchange solutions to governments, businesses, institutions and consumers. EnLink is a full-service design-build geothermal contractor employing technologies that result in earth-heat exchange systems (EHX) for large-scale projects. As a turn-key provider of energy solutions, EnLink is involved in the entire process: design, test wells, drilling, looping/grouting, loop tie-in/manifolds, and system testing, providing customers a single source for superior technology and implementation. EnLink's experience, technical advantages and management team offer clients cost effective solutions for energy needs.

Headquarters Location

3553 Atlantic Avenue Suite 1339

Long Beach, California, 90807,

United States

310-217-4039

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Latest EnLink Geoenergy Services News

Funding: $3 Million More For Large-Scale Geothermal Contractors, Enlink Geoenergy

Feb 14, 2011

Huge Vote Of Confidence: Uber Raises $11 Million From Benchmark Capital A new SEC filing revealed today that Los Angeles-based clean energy business, Enlink Geoenergy Services raised $3 million more from Craton Equity Partners to build large-scale, geothermal systems for businesses and government institutions. Here’s how the heat pump technology that’s most frequently installed by Enlink Geoenergy works, according to The Union of Concerned Scientists : “Ground-source heat pumps take advantage of the constant year-round temperature of about 50°F that is just a few feet below the ground’s surface. Either air or antifreeze liquid is pumped through pipes that are buried underground, and re-circulated into the building. In the summer, the liquid moves heat from the building into the ground. In the winter, it does the opposite, providing pre-warmed air and water to the heating system of the building.” Enlink Geoenergy’s chief excutive, Mark Mizrahi, wrote in a December 2010 guest post for the environmental blog Cleantechnica.com, that geothermal energy systems could contribute 34 of 40 points required for LEED certification in commercial buildings. As companies and government institutions strive to meet federal and local goals, or qualify for rebates and incentives, for operating LEED certified, or Net Zero buildings — which means that the building produces at least as much energy as it consumes, and produces no carbon emissions — Enlink Geoenergy anticipates significant growth, according to the company website. TechCrunch called Enlink Geoenergy and its investors for further details about where they plan to apply this new round of funding. 0

EnLink Geoenergy Services Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was EnLink Geoenergy Services founded?

    EnLink Geoenergy Services was founded in 1995.

  • Where is EnLink Geoenergy Services's headquarters?

    EnLink Geoenergy Services's headquarters is located at 3553 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach.

  • What is EnLink Geoenergy Services's latest funding round?

    EnLink Geoenergy Services's latest funding round is Series D.

  • How much did EnLink Geoenergy Services raise?

    EnLink Geoenergy Services raised a total of $49.05M.

  • Who are the investors of EnLink Geoenergy Services?

    Investors of EnLink Geoenergy Services include Craton Equity Partners, HM International, Davis Tuttle Venture Partners, Medley Partners, Venture Bridge and 3 more.

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