Beta Technologies Stock

beta.teamIndustrialFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $800.62MM

Beta Technologies specializes in the design and development of electric aircraft including advanced flight control and electric propulsion systems, with a focus on clean aviation technology. This company was founded by Kyle Clark in 2012 and is headquarters in South Burlington, VT. Beta Technologies specialties include software development, system integration, power system design, algorithm development, thermal analysis, sensing and control systems.

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Kyle Clark
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Blain Newton
Chief Finance & Operations Officer

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News

The electric aerospace company signed a lease this month at the former Energizer battery plant to begin research, development and battery validation operations at the facility. The move will help the company develop and validate battery packs able to meet Federal Aviation Administration standards to ensure the company’s electric aircraft are safe and reliable, according to a BETA press release sent out Wednesday.
Beta Technologies, a Burlington, Vermont-based electric aviation company, announced the close of a $375 million Series B funding round on Wednesday, bringing total venture funding for the maker of electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft (eVTOL) to nearly $800 million.