Nigerian Clean Tech Startup, SunFi, Raises $2.325 Million in Seed Funding
SunFi, a Nigerian clean tech startup, announced that it has raised $2.325 million in seed funding to grow its operations. The funding round was led by Nairobi-based Factor[e] and SCM Capital Asset Management with Voltron Capital, Norrsken Impact Accelerator, Ventures Platform and Sovereign Capital participating in the round.
SunFi is an energy financial technology platform that connects people who want solar to payment plans that match their needs. It was founded in 2021 by CEO Rotimi Thomas, COO Tomiwa Igun and CTO Olaoluwa Faniyi on the back of experience garnered from Rotimi’s experience at Aspire, a solar installation company he co-founded in 2018.
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