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e-Zinc secures USD 31 million in second tranche of Series A funding for commercialization efforts
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Jun 28, 2024

e-Zinc secures USD 31 million in second tranche of Series A funding for commercialization efforts

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  • e-Zinc, a Canadian developer of long-duration energy storage solutions based on zinc-air battery technology, has secured USD 31 million in the second tranche of its Series A funding round. The round was led by Evok Innovations with participation from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Export Development Canada, Ultratech Capital Partners, and existing investors, including Toyota Ventures and Eni Next.

  • The funds will accelerate product development, complete the construction of a 42,000 sq ft pilot manufacturing facility in Mississauga, Ontario, and demonstrate the company's long-duration zinc-air energy storage systems through field projects.

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