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Stage

Debt - II | Alive

Total Raised

$6.24M

Last Raised

$800K | 13 yrs ago

About Wasatch Wind

Wasatch Wind, formerly Wasatch Valley Technologies, is a developer of wind projects and developed, per the company, a new, lower-cost design method, and technology for wind turbine towers. The company's patented space frame tower uses structural damping and modular steel components to reduce the use of raw materials in the tower and to lower transport and assembly costs. Per the company, the Wasatch Wind design not only represents cost savings to wind developers but also aims to enable wind resource development in areas that have historically been inaccessible or uneconomic with current tower designs.

Headquarters Location

2700 Homestead Road Suite 210

Park City, Utah, 84098,

United States

435-657-2550

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Wasatch Wind Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Wasatch Wind's headquarters?

    Wasatch Wind's headquarters is located at 2700 Homestead Road, Park City.

  • What is Wasatch Wind's latest funding round?

    Wasatch Wind's latest funding round is Debt - II.

  • How much did Wasatch Wind raise?

    Wasatch Wind raised a total of $6.24M.

  • Who are the investors of Wasatch Wind?

    Investors of Wasatch Wind include Element Partners, U.S. Department of Energy and Small Business Innovation Research Awards.

  • Who are Wasatch Wind's competitors?

    Competitors of Wasatch Wind include Orbital Marine Power, Windlab, Ogin, Ssp Technology, TPI Composites and 7 more.

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