The Dutch Lightyear, which is going to market with a fully electric car with solar panels, has already managed to raise a lot of money from investors this year.
Lightyear reports that to date it has raised €93 million in 2021. Among others, insurer Dela and investor Joop van Caldenborgh are investing money in the company. According to Lightyear, Dela is making the investment because it pursues similar goals, namely a sustainable future, and Lightyear’s pursuit of clean mobility is in line with this. Joop van Caldenborgh is a so-called SPAC investor (Special Purpose Acquisition Company) and is also the founder of Museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar. It is not known what amounts these parties invest in Lightyear. It is reported that SHV, an international trading group, is investing €20 million. Lightyear CEO Lex Hoefsloot is…
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