Energy Materials Corporation (EMC) is developing a breakthrough ultra high-efficiency, low cost solar cell technology that can reduce the cost of solar to drive truly ubiquitous adoption and open up new applications in the developing world.
Mallinda is developing recyclable and moldable composite materials that offer the potential to cost-competitively reduce vehicle weight, dramatically increasing the efficiency of the automotive and aerospace industries.
Opus12 is developing a device that uses electrochemistry to convert waste carbon dioxide into useful fuels and chemicals, addressing the challenge of economically attractive carbon dioxide capture and utilization.
Rebound is developing a novel refrigeration technology that offers the potential to dramatically reduce energy consumption in the cold chain – one of the world’s largest and fastest growing electricity end uses.
Wright Electric is electrifying aviation. By integrating innovative battery and airframe designs to build electric airplanes, Wright can dramatically reduce aviation emissions.