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We have completed our Series A

We are very pleased to announce we have completed our Series A led by #AtOneVentures & #OFTRenewableInvestments. The resources will be used to expand the team and boost growth.
#AtOneVentures is a fund focused on teams to catalyze a world where humanity is a net positive to nature.
Their expertise includes #moonshots creation, hardware development, finance & go-to-market.
#OFTRenewableInvestments is a consortium of Texas based executives focused on industry leading renewable energy opportunities. Their expertise is on energy, real estate and distribution channels.
Very excited about our new partners and the amazing things we will be doing together!

Finalist at Fast Company 2019 World Changing Ideas Energy Category #FCWorldChangingIdeas

Fast Company‘s third annual World Changing Ideas Awards drew nearly 2,000 submissions across 17 categories, with Semtive chosen as finalist within the Energy Category.
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2018  @TIME Best Inventions mention.

Every year, TIME highlights the Best Inventions that are making the world better, smarter and even a bit more fun. Find Semtive as one of the Honorable Mentions
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Semtive introduces highly efficient, quiet and affordable wind turbines for home and business – NEMOI

Semtive, a new American renewable energy company with headquarters in Silicon Valley, today introduced NEMOI, one of the world’s most efficient, safe and affordable wind turbines for residential, commercial and industrial generation of power.
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The disruptors in Latin America

Semtive, founded by a team of Argentines, is producing turbines designed for low wind speeds — unlike traditional wind farms that rely on speeds of 30 mph or greater.
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Taking the Risk out of Small Wind with Semtive

It’s the latest in small wind innovation. CEO of Semtive, Ignacio Juarez discusses small wind power and the Nemoi — a new vertical-axis wind turbine for rural and urban areas that is optimized to work at low wind speeds, so that even a soft breeze lets it begin generating energy.
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Small turbines from Silicon Valley firm may shift wind energy market

MOUNTAIN VIEW (KPIX) — While wind energy is the fastest-growing energy source in the world, wind farms provide less than five percent of the energy in the U.S.
But one Silicon Valley startup is aiming to change the market’s direction.
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This Mini Wind Turbine Can Power Your Home in a Gentle Breeze

The first time you see a Nemoi wind turbine, you may not realize it’s a turbine at all. A white and silver metallic structure about the size of a garden shrub, Nemoi has three vertical blades that spin carousel-like around a central axis. The spinning is constant, but completely silent, and it doesn’t look fast enough to be generating much energy.
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Semtive’s Wind Turbines are Ideal Home-Scale Energy Generators

Argentine startup Semtive, a designer of wind turbines for urban and suburban areas, presents a sustainable energy generator for domestic use and humanitarian aid. Thanks to a vertical axis, low speed wind turbine, and a solar panel, this portable device can store up to 2500W of renewable energy; enough to power a refrigerator for 24 hours, or several appliances simultaneously for 8 hours on a single charge.
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Most innovative companies – Semtive

Clean energy startup Semtive, founded in 2009, has created a wind turbine that is optimized for urban and suburban areas.
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Con viento a favor. Nuevos usos de la energía alternativa

Creadas por dos argentinos, las turbinas eólicas para uso doméstico ya llamaron la atención de Singularity University
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Su turbina eólica urbana adaptada al viento argentino es más eficiente y económica

Ignacio Juárez fundó Semtive con su socio en 2009 en Argentina como una empresa de energías renovables.
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El tsunami tecnológico

Desarrollaron una turbina eólica de eje vertical para uso urbano. Son pequeñas columnas que se pueden colocar en una terraza o, incluso en un balcón, y producir electricidad con la fuerza del viento.
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