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Announcement
October 28, 2022

$5M Seed Round to Accelerate Home Electrification

From electric vehicles to water heaters, there’s a momentous wave of consumer demand for home electrification. Billions of dollars in incentives will help sustain that wave for some time. To help people seize this opportunity, we’re making it easy for consumers to buy and install home EV chargers, heat pumps, and other major home electric appliances.

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve raised a $5M seed round co-led by Hemant Taneja at General Catalyst and Lachy Groom. The round also includes participation from Giant Ventures, MCJ Collective, Shopify founder Tobi Lutke, Coinbase board member Gokul Rajaram, Arcadia Power founder Kiran Bhatraju, Cristina Cordova, and other angel investors.

Thanks to this new investment, a growing network of partners, and a dedicated team of builders, we’re making strong progress toward our goal to electrify 100 million homes by 2030.

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Our Technology

We’re building the missing link of digital commerce tools that enable consumers to purchase and installers to sell home electrification products online.

Our technology makes it seamless to upgrade your home with EV charging and, in the near future, other major all-electric appliances, including water heaters, HVAC, and rooftop solar. We offer solutions for project estimation, payments, and communication that enable delightful consumer experiences and save installers time.

We’re growing the team and looking for talent for a variety of roles to help us continue to push our innovation. Interested in joining us? Check out 
Kopperfield Careers.




 

 

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