LevelTen Energy, a Seattle startup making it easier for corporations to purchase renewable energy, has raised $6.8 million from investors. LevelTen aims to give more companies access to the power purchase agreements that sophisticated energy buyers such as Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) negotiate directly with wind and solar energy developers, rather than buying power through an […]
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JANUARY 22, 2013
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