Clean Chemistry has developed a family of liquid chemistries that evolve Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS). This is the next generation of oxidants and disinfectants. Singlet oxygen and superoxide are powerful, selective oxidants with environmentally benign residuals. Clean Chemistry has developed and patented the only known production processes for large scale quantities of these ROS in easy to use, liquid formulations. The US EPA has recognized Clean Chemistry for innovating and commercializing low-cost chlorine alternatives.
GridCure is working to bring about a sustainable energy future through increased connectivity and communicative electrical networks. Their mission is to build a System-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform that helps electrical utilities leverage their smart grid data to make better operational and financial decisions by transforming their data into valuable analytics and actionable insights.
Wunder is transforming the solar financing system to make it more efficient, transparent, and customer-friendly. They use technology to screen solar projects faster and more accurately than a bank, lowering the cost of credit and passing the savings back to investors in the form of strong returns.
The SolarEdge portfolio of products includes power optimizers, highly efficient PV inverters and a web portal for module-level monitoring and fault detection. The SolarEdge system enables harvesting more solar power from any PV system by effectively removing the known system constraints across the photovoltaic energy space.
Rhumbix modernizes construction field operations, helping builders go paperless in the field and improving how they measure and manage labor productivity. Their Field Intelligence Platform™ is a cloud-based mobile workforce management solution that collects and digitizes data from previously paper-based workflows. This ensures all project stakeholders have the best data, when they need it, to make better decisions and draw actionable insights setting a standard for the “digital age” foreman. Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Rhumbix was founded in 2013 by Navy veterans with deep experience in the construction industry and is backed by tier-one investors.
Opus12 was one of six clean energy startups selected from around the country to be incubated in the first cohort of the prestigious Cyclotron Road program at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. With a team comprised of material scientists, and engineers with cutting-edge expertise in the field of CO₂ electrocatalysis and electrochemical reactor design, Opus12 built a reactor that can convert CO₂ into a wide variety of high-value chemicals. The company is uniquely positioned to expand their solution and bring profitable carbon capture to commercial scale.
ASTRUM SOLAR (DIRECT ENERGY SOLAR)
Renamed Direct Energy Solar after being acquired by the Texas energy company in 2014. Direct Energy uses industry-leading processes and solar irradiance mapping technology to evaluate a home’s potential for solar, and then custom-design, install, and support the system for maximum savings.
Cool Energy supplies a breakthrough power conversion product called the ThermoHeart® Engine. Thermal energy is collected from sources such as industrial exhaust stacks, stationary power generators, and thermal pollution control equipment, which each emit hot gas with temperatures up to 700°C. The thermal energy is collected from these gas streams and used by the ThermoHeart® Engines to generate electrical power. Producing up to 25 kilowatts of clean electricity from each module, the ThermoHeart Engines are quiet, low-maintenance, and extremely efficient. In initial performance testing, a 320° Celsius temperature difference produced nearly 30% conversion efficiency! No other product or technology has demonstrated such a high performance under similar conditions.
LeanTaas specializes in creating advanced data science algorithms and using them to improve operations efficiency, especially in the healthcare sector. Their primary product, IQueue, has multiple applications including optimization for operating rooms, infusion centers and labs. With IQueue, over half of the nation's leading cancer treatment providers have already begun to streamline scheduling for patients and staff, improving utilization of resources, cutting costs and providing more services in less time.
In just a few years, PosiGen has grown from modest beginnings as a solar energy company to providing financial stability through solar power to over 7,000 families in Louisiana, New York, and Connecticut. Now they are poised to expand services nationally in effort to make energy-efficient systems available to those who need them most. Posigen's operational effeciency, coupled with a revolutionary approach to customer acquisition, are opening the solar industry to the general population regardless of affluence.
SunTech drive offers a suite of products that enable small scale water pumping that easily integrates solar power with existing electricity sources. The PicoCell enables unmatched adaptability in system design. By incorporating the functionality normally served by a complex mix of system components such as an inverter, variable frequency drive, MPPT controller, voltage boost and phase initiator (for 3 wire motors), the PicoCell greatly simplifies the design, procurement and installation of a solar pumping system. It does all this while providing optimal efficiencies from a mix of power sources.
SmartSenseCom provides innovative systems in detection, measurement and control. They have a deep technical base in optical sensing and measurement. While the core technology is adaptable to a wide range of applications, there are two emerging product lines:
Acoustic and Vibration Sensing
Electric Power Monitoring and Control
Aquam is an integrated pipe infrastructure solutions company that provides proven technology solutions to owners and operators of both water and natural gas pipe infrastructures. Operators are faced with aging infrastructures, growing populations to service, significant funding gaps and increasing regulatory requirements. The Aquam solutions are designed to assist Operators in solving some of their most significant challenges including leakage, condition assessment, contamination and shrinkage. The Company provides a comprehensive range of proven technologies and services, including pipe diagnostics, pipe rehabilitation, and remote water metering and data management. With corporate offices in San Diego, California and Manchester, U.K., Aquam operates from 20 locations in Canada, the United States, the U.K. and Ireland.
Since 2010, Aperia Technologies has been combating the problem of tire under-inflation as it afflicts the commercial trucking industry.The company has been solely focused on bringing the Halo Tire Inflator technology from concept to reality, and raised its first outside investment in 2011, enabling the company to acquire top talent, expand its IP portfolio, further its customer & industry engagement, and navigate the challenges of lean product development and manufacturing.