Thermal energy storage startup EnergyNest secures US$130 million investment

Read the full story at Energy Storage News.

An investment worth €110 million (US$131.5 million) has been agreed by ‘thermal battery’ manufacturer EnergyNest which would make infrastructure equity investor Infracapital its biggest shareholder.

Infracapital is the infrastructure equity arm of FTSE 100-listed global investment management firm M&G Plc. In November Infracapital committed nearly US$200 million to investing in UK battery storage and electric fleet transport solutions provider Zenobe Energy.

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