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Acquired byQnergy
Date11/2013

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Offices

OGDEN, USA
300 WEST 12TH STREET
OGDEN, UT, 84404
USA

People

Chief Financial Officer
CTO
VP Engineering & Development
VP Business Development
Board Member & President & CEO
Board Member
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Funding

TOTAL $90.1M
FUNDING TOTAL $90.1M
Angel, 1/2006
$3.5M
Series A, 6/2007
Khosla Ventures
Vulcan Capital
Idealab
$9.5M
Series B, 2/2008
GLG Partners
Wexford Capital
Vulcan Capital
Khosla Ventures
Equus Capital
Power Play Energy
Idealab
$50M
Series B, 4/2008
Foxconn Technology Group
Vulcan Capital
Khosla Ventures
GLG Partners
Wexford Capital
Equus Capital
Powerplay Capital Management
Idealab
$7M
Venture Round, 11/2009
$2.6M
Venture Round, 2/2010
$11.5M
Venture Round, 8/2011
$6M
DEBT TOTAL $57.8M
Debt, 5/2009
$14.1M
Debt, 10/2009
$3.25M
Debt, 5/2011
$32.1M
Debt, 5/2013
$8.33M

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Infinia

Infinia Corporation is a solar energy technology company and the developer of the PowerDish, a proprietary solar power generation product that converts solar energy into electricity. The PowerDish is expected to be sold globally beginning in late 2010 and will be initially sold to energy asset developers, utilities, commercial companies and others engaged in deploying large scale solar asset projects.

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Infinia screenshot
Above: Homepage
Uploaded: 5/28/13

Products

Solar Stirling Power

Infinia claims their Stirling Solar products convert solar energy into electricity at a lower cost and at twice the efficiency of existing solar power generation products.

Infinia screenshot
Above: An Infinia snap-together dish concentrator.
Uploaded: 5/13/08

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Infiniacorp

Sources

  1. Qnergy Acquires Infinia Assets (pevc.dowjones.com) [edit]
  2. Infinia Raises $50M for Stirling Solar (earth2tech.com) [edit]
  3. Infinia Raises $50M for Stirling Solar (earth2tech.com) [edit]
  4. Infinia Gets $50M For Solar Power Products (nwinnovation.com) [edit]
  5. Infinia Raises $7M (Total B = $57m) (nwinnovation.com) [edit]
  6. SEC (sec.gov) [edit]
  7. Xconomy Seattle (xconomy.com) [edit]
  8. Northwest Innovation (nwinnovation.com) [edit]
  9. AltAssets (altassets.com) [edit]
  10. SEC (sec.gov) [edit]
  11. Solar Stirling startup Infinia looking to raise $25M (gigaom.com) [edit]
  12. SEC (sec.gov) [edit]
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