See below for exciting updates and/or media coverage of CEBN members, along with opinion pieces. Any opinions represented are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of the CEBN as a whole.
Go Electric (Andersen, IN): Washington Post Profiles Incubator Participants
The Washington Post | July, 2017 — The Washington Post recently featured Go Electric’s selection for the Wells Fargo’s Innovation Incubator program.
eSai LLC (Reistertown, MD): Firm Wins SBA Award—2018 Maryland Woman Owned Business of the Year
Association of Energy Engineers | May 2018 — The Small Business Administration has selected eSai LLC as the 2018 Maryland Woman Owned Business of the Year. The SBA presented the award in a ceremony on June 7.
Onboard Dynamics (Bend, OR): A Game-Changer for Natural Gas Vehicle Fueling
The Southern Oregon Business Journal | April 2018 — The CEBN highlighted Rita Hansen, CEO and co-founder of Onboard Dynamics, in the February 2018 release of Faces Behind the Facts, a project that profiles individuals working to advance the clean energy economy. The Southern Oregon Business Journal featured Rita Hansen’s profile, in the April 2018 issue of its publication.
MHR Development (Norwalk, CT): Wilton among state leaders in solar technology
The Hour | March 15, 2018 — MHR Development, clean energy consulting and project development firm, is overseeing a series of four solar projects at public schools in Wilton, CT. This is one of the largest projects of its kind in the state.
Energy Technology Savings, Inc. (Livingston, NJ): OP-ED: If Congress Cuts Energy Programs, We’ll Be Stuck with the (Higher) Bill
NJ Spotlight | March 7, 2018 — CEBN member Energy Technology Savings CEO Jeff Hendler’s Op-Ed in NJ Spotlight makes the case for federal energy efficiency programs, arguing that if Congress cuts funds “we’d be the ones stuck with the higher bills.”
Energy Technology Savings (Livingston, NJ): Smart Building Solutions
ROI New Jersey | January 19, 2018 — Business magazine ROI recently featured Energy Technology Savings for the firm’s turnkey smart building solutions that enable property managers to implement real-time energy management strategies.
UrbanVolt (Chicago, IL): Efficiency and Solar as a Service
The Irish Times | December 14, 2017 — UrbanVolt recently opened up an office in Chicago, bringing their Light as a Service and Solar as a Service offerings to the region. UrbanVolt upgrades lighting in commercial facilities to energy efficient LED with zero upfront cost.
MHR Development (Norwalk, CT): School Sisters of Notre Dame Deep Energy Retrofit
MHR Development | 2017 — How did a congregation at the School Sisters of Notre Dame’s Wilton, CT campus cut its energy use in half and improve quality of life? A comprehensive set of building efficiency, lighting, HVAC and solar solutions reduced energy costs and offered more comfortable living conditions on the 38-acre campus.
3DFS (Pittsboro, NC): Pittsboro company says its technology can stop energy waste and save military lives
The News & Observer | January 8, 2018 — 3DFS’ technology identifies and corrects for inefficiencies in electrical energy flow. Learn how the company helped a data center test site cut its energy use upwards of 20%, and a military microgrid reduce fuel consumption 59.4%.
AMSEnergy (Columbia, TN): Foresight and COSIA Select First-Ever Winner of Pioneering ARCTIC Innovation Challenge Program
Foresight Clean Tech Accelerator | November 15, 2017 — This company produces a highly efficient heat-pipe exchanger, which won the first-ever ARCTIC Innovation Challenge Program. Read this Q&A with Michael Sams, CEO and founder of AMSEnergy, to learn more about his company and the competition.
November 2017 — Phononic’s solid-state thermoelectric devices provide state-of-the-art solutions for cooling, refrigeration, and climate control. CEO Tony Atti recently led a group of Congressional staffers on an educational tour of the firm’s corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility organized by the Alliance to Save Energy.
Pajarito Powder (Albuquerque, NM): Thin-Film Material Makes Hydrogen Fuel Cells More Efficient
KOB4 | July 25th, 2017 — This venture-backed startup manufactures advanced catalyst materials that improve performance and extend the durability of fuel cells. The firm is currently working with auto manufacturers to incorporate its technology into fuel cell vehicles.