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Tyseley Energy Park Applauds Furbnow’s £950k Funding for Home Decarbonisation

Tyseley Energy Park Applauds Furbnow’s £950k Funding for Home Decarbonisation

This blog highlights a significant achievement in the climate tech sector as Birmingham-based startup Furbnow secures an impressive £950,000 in pre-seed funding, celebrated by Tyseley Energy Park (TEP). Furbnow’s mission focuses on retrofitting homes to reduce carbon emissions, aligning with TEP’s commitment to sustainable innovations. The blog discusses Furbnow’s vision, emphasizing the importance of addressing carbon impact in households and the startup’s use of digital twin technology for energy-efficient solutions. Additionally, it explores Furbnow’s collaboration with Birmingham City Council and details the funding round led by SFC Capital, Norrsken Accelerator, and angel investor Daniel Luhde-Thompson. The broader trend of climate tech success in the UK is acknowledged, with statistics showing high venture capital funding. TEP expresses commitment to supporting initiatives like Furbnow’s for a sustainable future.

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