Company Overview

Company name: Luna
Description: Provider of lighting technologies designed to offer energy-efficient dual plasma light for indoor farming. The company’s lighting technologies help in an optimized distribution of light across the entire indoor garden and reduces heat and energy use by over 50 percent, enabling greenhouse operators to access their analytics remotely and small farmers to take advantage of their under-utilized spaces by leading the development of the indoor growing industry.
Year founded: 2013
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Industry: Energy | Group: Energy Equipment | Code:
Employees: 25
City: Seattle
State: Washington
Country: United States
Region: Americas

Financial Highlights

Start up capital raised (USD Million): 7.00
Business status: Generating Revenue
Ownership: Privately Held (backing)
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Financing Status: The company is in the process on raising $5 million of convertible debt financing from undisclosed investors on February 15, 2018. Prior to that, the company raised $7 million of Series AA venture funding in a deal led by Arnold Venture Group on May 11, 2017, putting the company’s pre-money valuation at $10.5 million. NCT Ventures, Second Avenue Partners, FUEL Capital, Initialized Capital Management, Liquid 2 Ventures, Bill Ainley, Neal Pomroy and other undisclosed investors also participated in this round.
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Profile last updated: 02-Oct-2018
Last known valuation: 17.50
Last known valuation date: 11-May-2017