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Jul. 8, 2019 3:15 pm

Arcadia Power was selected to participate in the Technology Pioneers 2019 program

Launched by the World Economic Forum, the program is bringing together 56 growth-stage tech companies from around the world who are creating new tech.

Arcadia Power wants everyone to benefit from solar panels.

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Washington, D.C.-based Arcadia Power, a renewable energy tech company, has been selected to participate in the World Economic Forum’s Technology Pioneers 2019 program.

Launched in 2013, Arcadia Power’s renewable energy platform helps increase wind and solar energy, by letting consumers buy into panels installed elsewhere. The company recently raised a $25 million Series B funding round last August, and announced that it will use the funds for nationwide expansion of its platform offering connections to renewable energy sources.

The World Economic Forum is a nonprofit with a mission to promote entrepreneurship worldwide. It launched the Technology Pioneer program, where it is bringing together 56 growth-stage tech companies from around the world who are creating new tech from artificial intelligence to blockchain solutions and more.

Arcadia Power will take part in the two-year program by participating in World Economic Forum initiatives, discussions and events to bring insight about its tech. Arcadia Power is the only D.C.-based company selected to participate in the program.

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