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GreenLancer.com, a Detroit-based solar energy technology company, has announced its initial $500,000 in funding. The company, launched in 2011, combines state-of-the-art cloud computing with a national network of green energy engineering freelancers (“greenlancers”). Their goal is to reduce the soft costs associated with solar energy projects. Initial investors include Bizdom (Detroit), Start Garden (Grand Rapids), Blue Water Angels (Midland), Northern Michigan Angels (Traverse City), and a private investor. The company has projects in 33 states and six foreign countries.

Topics:  Cloud Computing, Investors, Renewable Energy, Solar Energy

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