Next Step Living provides home energy evaluations and solutions for individuals and organizations. It offers energy assessment and diagnostics, air sealing and insulation, and multi-family retrofit services. The company also provides customized solutions, such as HVAC repair and replacement, window replacement and installation, solar or geothermal systems installation, building automation, interior and exterior lighting design, and custom retrofit services.
Its sustainability solutions include water efficiency and purification, landscape design and management, and indoor air quality services. The company provides assessment and diagnostic processes to heating and cooling, domestic hot water, and electricity and lighting needs.
Next Step Living partners with more than 400 municipalities, civic organizations, contractors, and corporations to deliver energy-efficient and environmental-friendly solutions to its customers. Those solutions include home energy assessments, weatherization work, energy-efficient windows, efficient heating and cooling solutions, and access to solar solutions.
Next Step Living was founded in 2008 by Geoff Chapin and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.
Funding Rounds (13) - $84.35MUpdate
|Date||Amount / Round||Valuation||Lead Investor||Investors|
|Apr, 2015||$12.5M / Debt Financing||—||—||0|
|Apr, 2015||$4.88M / Debt Financing||—||—||0|
|Jun, 2014||$25M / Series D||—||Braemar Energy Ventures||4|
|Apr, 2014||$6.24M / Debt Financing||—||—||0|
|Jun, 2013||$3.25M / Debt Financing||—||—||0|
|Dec, 2012||$18.2M / Series C||—||VantagePoint Capital Partners||2|
|Sep, 2012||$2.5M / Debt Financing||—||—||1|
|Jun, 2012||$3.2M / Venture||—||—||0|
|Dec, 2011||$900k / Venture||—||—||0|
|Apr, 2011||$1.5M / Venture||—||—||0|
|Mar, 2011||$2.75M / Debt Financing||—||—||1|
|Aug, 2010||$2.6M / Series B||—||John McQuillan||3|
|Apr, 2009||$830k / Venture||—||—||0|
|May 6, 2016||PRWeb Sitemap - Coastal Windows & Exteriors Honors Warranties for Soft-Lite Windows Purchased Through Former Company Next Step Living|
|Mar 18, 2016||Beta Boston - Energy efficiency startup Next Step Living shuts down, raised more than $70M|
|Mar 18, 2016||Xconomy - Next Step Living, Once a Promising Energy Startup, Shuts Down|
|Mar 17, 2016||Greentech Media - Next Step Living, Out of Cash, Is Shutting Its Doors This Week|
|Jan 19, 2016||Greentech Media - Why GE’s Move to Boston Is So Important for the City’s Cleantech Sector|
|Dec 9, 2015||PRNewswire All - Next Step Living® Announces CEO Transition|
|Dec 9, 2015||Greentech Media - BlueWave Gets $100M From Morgan Stanley for Community Solar|
|Oct 29, 2015||PRWeb Sitemap - Four Massachusetts Communities Cut Home Energy Costs by $540,000 through Partnerships with Next Step Living|
25 Drydock Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02210