Sustainability Focused Ecosystem Integrity Fund Closes on $100 Million

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

By Jonathan Shieber

With six deals already under its belt, the sustainability focused investment firm Ecosystem Integrity Fund has closed its third investment vehicle at its $100 million target.

Investments in the third fund include EV Connect, an electric charging company; eMotorWerks, the charging demand management software and service provider acquired by Enel; the solar mounting company, Pegasus Solar; the water management company, Opti; and Flying Embers, a probiotic adult beverage company.

Investing in disparate sectors like consumer-focused wellness and organic brands and utility-focused software and services may seem like strange portfolio bedfellows, but the portfolio addresses a key issue for early-stage investment firms, which is following where money gets spent.

Photo courtesy of geralt.

Source: TechCrunch (link opens in a new window)

Categories
Investing
Tags
impact investing, sustainable investing