Infinia Grabs $2.6M
Infinia, the Kennewick, WA-based company developing new solar power generation technology, has raised $2.6 million in new financing from equity and options, according to a regulatory filing. That comes a month after the company pulled in $3.25 in debt and options, according to a previous filing. Infinia, as I described in a profile back in August, is generating solar power by using satellite dishes that capture rays of sunlight and channel them to a focal point that contains a Stirling engine. Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and noted venture capitalist Vinod Khosla are among the company’s investors.