The Bezos Climate Fund has given $5.5 million to energy efficiency start-up BlocPower, reports CNBC’s Alicia Doniger.
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BlocPower Advancing Energy Efficiency
BlocPower is a Brooklyn-based startup that retrofits buildings in underserved communities to be more energy efficient. Doniger writes, “BlocPower, which is a CNBC Disruptor 50 company, has completed 1,000 green energy projects to date in the New York City area. It plans to use the Bezos grant to add 125 million buildings and additional cities to its BlocMaps software database, which identifies buildings in need of energy efficiency upgrades and helps building owners learn how to electrify and decarbonize properties.”
- Buildings contribute to nearly 40% of global emissions.
- BlocPower estimates that its energy efficiency technology could lead to potential energy savings of 20-70% for its customers.
- Entrepreneurs are leading the way in advancing technologies that benefit consumers and the planet alike.
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