Carbon tracking firm Emitwise bags $3.4m from Silicon Valley investors

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Emitwise founders Ben Peddie, Mauro Cozzi and Eduardo Gomez | Credit: Emitwise
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Emitwise founders Ben Peddie, Mauro Cozzi and Eduardo Gomez | Credit: Emitwise

UK firm secures investor backing to develop technology that uses real-time data and machine learning to automate the carbon accounting process for companies

A London tech startup that makes automated carbon tracking and accounting software for corporates has raised $3.4m from a raft of Silicon Valley investors, including former Uber CEO Ryan Graves. Emitwise,...

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