Smart grid startup GridPoint is having a good week. The Washington DC-based company won the overall startup award at the AlwaysOn GoingGreen conference earlier this week. And now there’s word that the company has raised $32 million in a series D round, according to a regulatory filing picked up by PeHub.com. The article says listed shareholders include Goldman Sachs, Altira Group and Standard Renewable Energy Group.
GridPoint sells technology that adds intelligence to the network, including energy storage technology and technology for the implementation of demand response, which utilities can use to manage the electricity grid. At GoingGreen yesterday, CEO Peter Corsell described the company as one that is driving Internet technology to the electricity grid. When it comes to network intelligence, everything that happened in the Internet industry is happening to the electricity grid right now, he said.
Update: A GridPoint spokesperson confirms the registration filing of $32 million in funding, and says the company previously raised $38.8 million. The company also says that the complete series D round has not yet closed.