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AgZeit (pronounced “Excite”) is an indoor farm producing organically grown, high quality produce for local grocers, restaurants and everyday customers.
BRASH Engines, Inc. proposes a modular power generation system capable of providing combined heat and power (CHP) from any combustible fuel. The high-torque shaft power is capable of providing mechanical, electrical, hydraulic or pneumatic power on demand, in addition to heat.
ChromaNanoTech is a start-up that produces nanomaterials for various optical technology applications. It’s a partnership of five inventors of a patent-pending invention filing for a nano-material which enhances the properties and durability of synthetic dyes active in the ultraviolet, visible and near infrared spectrum.
Dimensional Energy makes solar fuels viable through efficient utilization and even distribution of sunlight in scalable reactor forms with novel, functionalized catalysts.
EthosGen specializes in transforming heat waste to resilient, renewable energy sources. Its Sorption-Energy System captures different forms of industrial heat including solar, geothermal and that produced by manufacturing processes before converting them into storable energy sources with cooling capacities. This improves existing systems without the need for complete replacement.
Imperium3 is owned by a consortium that includes Charge CCCV (C4V), founded by former postdoctoral researcher Shailesh Upreti on the Binghamton University campus in 2014. It will invest more than $130 million and create at least 230 new jobs over the next five years by operating the state’s first giga-factory producing lithium ion batteries.
Southern Tier Technologies brings together experts on power quality. For more than 20 years, the founding partners have designed hundreds of innovative power quality solutions for ‘mission-critical’ applications all over the world; and while the location, industry and equipment may vary, the rule is always the same — an efficient, reliable operation starts with a clean sine wave.
Switched Source is providing power-electronics solutions to increase reliability, efficiency, and renewable energy hosting capacity, on legacy grid infrastructure and in distributed energy system applications. Switched Source’s flagship device, the Tie Controller, unlocks superior grid management capabilities, acting as a controllable valve to “push and pull” specified amounts of both real and reactive power, in two directions. As a result, neighboring power lines can be operated as a networked platform, while providing all energy consumers with two sources of power.
Ashlawn Energy manufactures, builds, installs, and maintains VanCharg™ energy storage systems for homes, businesses, and utilities. VanCharg™ reduces electricity costs and cuts carbon emissions by allowing customers to “beat the peak” and store less expensive and less polluting power produced at night for use during peak hours.
Heat Inverse is working with a cooling technology that helps manufacturers increase efficiency simply and inexpensively, using our thin-film materials that get cold with zero-energy input.
Skyven Provides industrial and commercial heat applications through next generation solar thermal technology. Their patented technology utilizes cutting edge heating techniques to power your operation with the sun.
Aestus Inc. is developing technology that can use waste heat to generate electricity. The Thermomagnetic Generators they’re constructing can successfully capture and convert waste heat from any industrial, solar or geothermal heat source. No additional fuels are required and no carbon emissions are produced in the process.
Syndem LLC is a Chicago-based start-up pioneering the development of technologies that empower all power electronics-interfaced suppliers and loads to behave like virtual synchronous machines (VSM, also called cyber synchronous machines) so that they can seamlessly integrate with the grid to actively take part in the regulation of system frequency and voltage, in the same way as conventional synchronous machines do. Learn more about Syndem on their website!