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Investments

16

Portfolio Exits

2

About Massachusetts Green Energy Fund

The Massachusetts Green Energy Fund invests in a broad range of emerging power generation technologies, including photovoltaics, fuel cells, hydrogen storage, hydrogen generation, wind, wave, tidal, biomass, biodiesel, power control, power conditioning, engine design, and energy management and storage technologies.

Massachusetts Green Energy Fund Headquarter Location

320 Washington Street 4th Floor

Brookline, Massachusetts, 02445,

United States

617-739-1155

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Latest Massachusetts Green Energy Fund News

A one-stop-shop for home energy kicks into high gear in New England

Jun 25, 2014

A Summary: New tools for home energy — from a solar roof to better insulation — are leading to big growth for a six-year-old startup in New England. photo: Chewonki Semester School It might surprise you to know that a one-stop shop for energy services for buildings is one of the fastest growing private companies in Massachusetts. Yeah, really. The startup is called Next Step Living , founded in 2008, and they help customers find energy services like window replacement, new insulation, air sealing and figuring out the best options for a solar roof. In fact the company is growing so quickly — they have 800 employees and have worked with 75,000 homes — that they announced on Wednesday that they’ve raised another round of $25 million in Series D funding. New investor Braemar Energy Ventures led the deal, which also included VantagePoint Capital Partners and the family office group Black Coral Capital. Pumping new insulation in a home. image courtesy of ilovebutter, Flickr Creative Commons. Next Step Living raised their last round, a Series C of $18 million, back in December 2012 . Investors in previous rounds also included Massachusetts Green Energy Fund, The Windquest Group and dozens of angel investors. Energy efficiency services and home solar services go hand in hand. When home owners are looking to upgrade, often times they want to do multiple things. Also making a home more energy efficient, means more efficient use of the solar panels. SolarCity and other solar installers commonly also sell energy efficiency services. Solar panels, Image courtesy of Jon Callas, Flickr Creative Commons Solar is has been seeing dramatic growth in the U.S. over the past couple of years. The U.S. installed 1.3 GW of solar in panels in the first quarter of 2014, which was growth of 79 percent from the first quarter of 2013. There’s currently 13.4 GW of solar panels operating in the U.S., which is about 482,000 systems. Currently Next Step Living only operates in Massachusetts and Connecticut, but it wants to use the funds to help expand to other states. The company says it’s New England homeowners have achieved almost $18 million in energy savings, and they hope that will grow to more than $90 million in the next five years. Related research Subscriber Content ? Subscriber content comes from Gigaom Research, bridging the gap between breaking news and long-tail research. Visit any of our reports to learn more and subscribe.

Massachusetts Green Energy Fund Investments

16 Investments

Massachusetts Green Energy Fund has made 16 investments. Their latest investment was in XL Fleet as part of their Series B on March 3, 2013.

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Massachusetts Green Energy Fund Investments Activity

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Date

Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

3/13/2013

Series B

XL Fleet

$4M

No

Undisclosed Investors

7

1/13/2011

Series A

XL Fleet

$4.45M

No

1

1/7/2011

Series A

Sustainability Roundtable

$1.2M

Yes

Navitas Capital

7/9/2010

Seed VC

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$99M

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10

1/6/2010

Series G

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$99M

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10

Date

3/13/2013

1/13/2011

1/7/2011

7/9/2010

1/6/2010

Round

Series B

Series A

Series A

Seed VC

Series G

Company

XL Fleet

XL Fleet

Sustainability Roundtable

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Amount

$4M

$4.45M

$1.2M

$99M

$99M

New?

No

No

Yes

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Co-Investors

Undisclosed Investors

Navitas Capital

Sources

7

1

10

10

Massachusetts Green Energy Fund Portfolio Exits

2 Portfolio Exits

Massachusetts Green Energy Fund has 2 portfolio exits. Their latest portfolio exit was XL Fleet on December 23, 2020.

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Exit

Companies

Valuation
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Acquirer

Sources

12/23/2020

Reverse Merger

$991

8

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10

Date

12/23/2020

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Exit

Reverse Merger

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Companies

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Valuation

$991

Acquirer

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Sources

8

10

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