Moleaer, a leader in nanobubble technology for industries like aquaculture, has received a $7.5 million investment from the venture capital arm of the Husqvarna Group. The Husqvarna Group’s venture capital fund, which was established to invest in innovative technologies and goods that may further improve the group’s product sectors, has now made its sixth investment in Moleaer. Husqvarna may investigate the potential of nanobubble technology to address important environmental issues, like as water scarcity, by investing in Moleaer. “With this investment, Husqvarna is able to explore new possibilities brought about by a technology tackling significant sustainability issues in pertinent adjacent industries, such as agriculture and horticulture. “We look forward to being a part of Moleaer’s journey and want to jointly establish new sustainable applications in order to maintain our position as the market leader,” said Mark Johnson, head of Husqvarna’s corporate initiatives, in a news release. The CEO of Moleaer, Nick Dyner, said that Husqvarna “shares our enthusiasm for innovation and sustainability. We are pleased to work together to solve the demand for technologies to assist businesses adapt to new climatic realities and safeguard key resources.” “This investment enables us to speed the development of more products and innovations that help industry safeguard the environment and utilize water more effectively throughout Europe,” he continued. With more than 1,500 installations of nanobubble generators in more than 30 countries, Moleaer is the industry leader in nanobubble technology. The company uses the special ability of nanobubbles to boost and improve the productivity of many of the most important industrial processes in the world, unlocking the potential of water to assist farmers in producing more food, enable businesses to manage their water needs more effectively, and sustainably restore aquatic ecosystems without the use of chemicals.