A digital marketplace for trading in energy generated by solar panels and stored in battery storage units has been launched, with green tech start-up GreenSync in the lead.
Melbourne-based tech energy company GreenSynce has raised $11.5 million in a Series B funding round led by the Australian Government-owned Clean Energy Finance Corporation through the Clean Energy Innovation Fund, and Southern Cross Venture Partners through the Southern Cross Renewable Energy Fund.
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