IU: Satlantis, Minisat, Startup Launched at The University of Florida, Gets Key Backer

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This week, Gainsville, Florida’s Satlantis, the U.S. affiliate of Spanish microsatellite developer of the same name, announced that it has recieved a strategic investment from Encino, a Houston, Texas-based investment holding company controlled by energy decarbonizaion investor BP Energy Partners, independent energy growth intestor EnCap, and natural gas infrastructure company Williams.

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