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Startup Aquila raises A$3m to create wireless energy network

The seed round for the Australasian startup was led by Blackbird Ventures.

Aquila co-founders Nelson Smith and Billy Jeremijenko.

Australasian renewable energy startup Aquila Space Technologies has emerged from stealth mode after raising A$3 million in seed funding for its technology that transmits electricity through beams of light instead of wires.

The round was led by Blackbird Ventures out of Australia and included

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Fiona Rotherham Thu, 15 Jun 2023
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