The future is surely exciting with all the latest technological developments we are witnessing right now. The future of mobility is also being envisioned in various forms, with Hyperloops being one of the most interesting modes of transportation. There are many companies working on completing their own versions of Hyperloop but a notable few are now making some big strides, like the Delft-based Hardt Hyperloop. The startup has now announced of closing a new multi-million euro investment round.
An international business consortium led by Dutch clean energy conglomerate Koolen Industries has invested in Hardt Hyperloop. The round was led by the notable entrepreneur, Kees Koolen who is the first investor and former CEO of Booking.com and one of the first investors in Uber. In addition, reknown German fund Freigeist Capital, multiple Dutch and Belgium investors, and the first engineer of Uber, Conrad Whelan, also participated in the funding. The total investment in the company is said to have exceeded 10 million Euros.