NanoH2O Raises $10M

El Segundo-based NanoH2O, the water filtration technology spinout of UCLA, has raised $10M as part of an ongoing, $50M funding round, according to a regulatory filing by the firm today. No details on the funding have been announced yet by the company, which is headed by Jeff Green. NanoH2O has previously raised funding from Khosla Ventures, Oak Investment Partners, and Rusheen Capital Partners; the filing indicates that PCG Clean Energy and Technology Fund also now holds a board seat at the firm. NanoH2O's technology is used for desalination and water purification. Green was one of the founders of both and Archive, Inc. More information »