24 Oct '15, 7am

Folsom Labs receives $1 million to expand Helioscope PV design software

Folsom Labs, the San Francisco -based developer of HelioScope, has raised a $1MM round of funding from leading industry executives. The capital will be used to expand HelioScope to become a full end-to-end solar software solution, from initial customer lead to final close. “HelioScope is already a phenomenal PV design tool, and we have the opportunity to extend it further, from refining residential functionality to generating permitting documents – and all steps in between. Even though we are profitable and growing rapidly, our customers are ready for that complete solution,” said Paul Gibbs , CEO of Folsom Labs. “This group of highly strategic investors will really help accelerate that vision.” The round was led by Sheldon Kimber , Principal at Kokosing Capital, and formerly the COO of Recurrent Energy. It includes a number of solar industry veterans, including Tim Ball (...

Full article: http://www.solarfeeds.com/folsom-labs-receives-1-million-...

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