Cambridge Innovation Capital has doubled down on its commitment to Origami, having already taken part in all previous rounds.

Origami, a UK-based energy distribution management software developer, has picked up £20m ($28.5m) in funding from investors including patient capital fund Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC). Financial services firm Barclays led the round through its Sustainable Impact Capital initiative, while power production services provider Aggreko and investment firm Octopus Ventures also invested. Founded in 2013, Origami…

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