From insight to action: Kansas City startup’s software guides cities’ climate responses

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We’ve made it to Friday, readers! You might say Kansas City, Missouri, cleantech startup Dynamhex has “made it” too. The business developed a climate change mitigation software platform and is expanding its new field office in Baltimore and hiring more employees. It will do so partially with funding received from being one of the recently announced winners in Chicago-based Exelon’s Climate Change Investment Initiative, which boosts the development of new technologies to mitigate climate change and build resiliency against its impacts.

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