Mysa raises $2 million to develop smart home thermostats


Newfoundland-based smart-home company Mysa has announced that they have secured a second round of investment. The equity funding round is worth over $2 million, according to Entrevestor.

Original investors Killick Capital and Pelorus Ventures participated in the round with other undisclosed VCs from across Canada. In addition, Chris Huskilson, former CEO of Halifax-based clean energy innovator Emera, has joined the board of directors.

“I am proud to be invested in and joining the board of Empowered Homes, producers of the Mysa Smart Thermostat. This homegrown Atlantic Canadian company will make a real difference to the efficiency and comfort of homes across North America,” said Huskilson.

With this investment, Mysa is looking develop new products and continue support of its smart home thermostat. The company previously raised a $600,000 round in April 2017.

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