The energy provider's National Grid Partners unit has deployed a total of $24m to Cogniac, AptEdge, Finite State, TS Conductor, Sync Computing and Risilience

UK-headquartered electricity distributor National Grid has disclosed a total of $24m in funding for six portfolio companies provided by corporate venturing subsidiary National Grid Partners (NGP).

NGP led visual intelligence software provider Cogniac’s $20m series B1 round last week, and the other funding recipients include customer support technology developer AptEdge, and Finite State, a provider of cybersecurity software for connected devices.

The other three are conductor technology provider TS Conductor; Sync Computing, an MIT spinout which has developed a…

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Robert Lavine

Robert Lavine is special features editor for Global Venturing.