- By boosting the financial health of utilities and making it more economically viable for them to connect low income households to water service, CityTaps hopes to remove a barrier to water investors who may have traditionally been hesitant to back utilities as a way to address the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 6 for water and sanitation.
Spring Lane's fund makes blended investments of growth equity for revenue-earning companies and project financing to enable them to build the facilities they need.
Enterprise Angels' fund plans to be hands on in building New Zealand's impact deal pipeline amid growing investor demand for deals.
The Washington, D.C.-based company's has developed an analytics platform that helps healthcare providers and community organizations understand the health risks and costs of food insecurity or housing instability.
The Oakland-based early stage venture capital firm is expanding into new impact tech and scientific domains, including artificial intelligence, data science and life sciences.
- With its Reconstruct Challenge, Louisville-based Access Ventures, aims to identify approaches to reduce ancillary costs, including transportation and food costs, that can push many families’ total housing costs north of 50% of disposable incomes, founder Bryce Butler told ImpactAlpha.
- The new funding will support expanded bus services in the U.S., Latin America and Asia; to lay groundwork for a train network in Europe; and to launch a ride-sharing service.