-Zero today announced it has closed a $105 million Series C to continue scaling the adoption of its UV‑C technology to address a growing health crisis: disinfecting the indoor air we breathe. Investors include BMO Financial Group, Qualcomm Ventures, and Upfront Ventures, and existing investors DBL Partners, World Innovation Lab, Mayo Clinic, Bedrock Capital, SOSV, and John Doerr.
The round brings R‑Zero’s total amount of capital raised to more than $170 million. Funds from the Series C will help the company scale deployments of its disinfection and risk modeling technology to meet growing demand across public and private sectors, including K‑12 schools, college campuses, corporate campuses, hospitals, senior care communities, parks and recreation, and other government facilities. R‑Zero’s disinfection technology has a positive impact on people, by neutralizing 99.99% of harmful microorganisms that live in the indoor air we breathe, and on the planet through lower energy consumption and waste production.
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