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 Fulgens ConsultingSeth Rhoades Small Business Bioenergy PhD in analytical chemistry assay development and bioinformatic platform creation, including computational tools for metabolic engineering. Independently operate a bio and clinical informatics consulting service, with additional experience in analytics tech development as lead data scientist and engineer. True interests in engineering biology, with applications for biochemical manufacturing. Currently developing a technical prototype for biosynthetic route design, primarily suitable for cell-free biocatalysis. Interested in advancing technologies to enable cost-effective conversion to commodity chemicals, foods, and biofuels.
Website: www.sethrhoades.com

Email: srhoades@fulgensconsulting.com

Phone: 4849485999

Address: 41 Thorndike Street, Unit A, REVERE, MA, 02151, United States
MA
 Climformatics Inc.Subarna Bhattacharyya, Detelina Ivanova Small Business Power Generation: Renewable We Predict Localized Future Climate for Better Business Decisions

How would you have prepared for the California drought having foreseen it ahead of time? Do you want to know when it will end? Climformatics partners with IBM to predict climate conditions seasons, months, years, even decades into the future. We calculate how climate change impacts businesses, and offer actionable mitigation strategies to reduce risk and increase our customers’ bottom line.
Renewable energy generation is driven directly or indirectly by climate variables like local temperature, precipitation/snow, wind, solar radiation and ocean indices. Improved understanding of meteorological processes influencing precipitation/snowfall and processes, such as aerosols, barrier jets and atmospheric rivers, can improve forecasting for hydropower operations.
At Climformatics we are building a SaaS tool to predict future climate at any custom location for any future timescale (daily, seasonal to years ahead). We are building a robust climate prediction tool/product that is critically important to plan proactive risk mitigation solution for gradual and unforeseen catastrophic climate changes.

We also offer consulting service for customized climate modeling (particularly to vet geo-engineering technologies) simulation and impact assessment through predictive analytics.

We are a team of Climate modelers (atmospheric and oceanic scientist) and climate data scientists (all former employees of Lawrence Livermore National Lab) and computer scientists.

Dr. Subarna Bhattacharyya is the Co-Founder and CEO of Climformatics (winner of CleanTech Open 2014 Western US Finalist Award) with a novel mission to predict climate towards an environmentally sustainable future. She worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory modeling and simulating abrupt climate change. She has a Masters in Physics and Civil Engineering and a PhD in Engineering Mechanics.

Dr. Detelina Ivanova is Chief Scientist at Climformatics, Inc with expertise in oceanography, Earth system climate modeling, climate model evaluation, high-performance computing on NASA and DOE super computers. She worked as a scientist across premier research institutions of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories (LLNL), Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (NERSC) at Bergen Norway, Scripps Institute of Oceanography in UC San Diego.
Website: www.climformatics.com

Email: subarna@climformatics.com

Phone: 4085335617

Address: 5381 Ridgewood Drive, Fremont, CA, 94555, United States
CA
 Nanocoating Plasma System Incyuri glukhoy Small Business Other Energy Technologies Light-to-fuel solar fuels will be one day be at the forefront of renewable energy production. It is a significant challenge to convert CO2 into value-added chemicals and fuels, not only for dealing with climate change but also for reducing dependence on fossil energy. Solar fuels are produced from abundant resources like water and carbon dioxide, using only the sun’s energy as input. Nanocoating Plasma Systems Inc (NPS) offers to convert CO2 into usable fuel to methane (CH4), methanol (CH3OH) using a 3D TiO2 reactor that employs natural resources like solar and water for the photocatalytic conversion known as a "proton-assisted multi-electron photoreduction.” Key part of this converter called "solar fuel reactor” is a five-mm-thick matrix consisting of the combined quartz capillaries with OD 1.0 mm and ID 0.5 mm with TiO2 nanocoating the inner walls. Deep TiO2 nanocoating the inner surfaces of holes with high aspect ratios is provided by a patented atmospheric plasma beam technology with a two-dimensional plasma beam system. The densely distributed capillaries trap the solar light and deliver together with a mixture of gaseous CO2 and H2O vapors to the anatase TiO2-coated walls. Large area TiO2 coating harvesting photons may provide the photocatalytic conversion of CO2 into CO2 in CH4 and CH3OH or other desired products in the large volume. This 3-D reactor might increase efficiency up to 50% due to an enlarged surface area and the enlarged harvested spectrum provided by a bandgap drop from 3.2 eV to 2.5 eV using doping the TiO2 nanoparticles injected into the nitrogen inductively coupled plasma (ICP) discharge that generates the focused plasma beam. Ions N+ saturate the injected TiO2 nanoparticles and provide interstitial N doping in the fly simultaneously with the deposition process where TiO2 nanoparticles are dispersed inside matrix. Final substitutional N doping is provided by annealing the total matrix. However, the efficiency of converting CO2 in the fuel is challenged by a high recombination rate of the electron-hole pairs. The outer electric field is applied between the top a bottom of the matrix. High mobility electrons are swept out by this field, allowing the slow holes to migrate to the surface of the TiO2 nanoparticle, where the photocatalytic reaction occurs.NPS large-scale manufacturing production line with three linear beam systems can provide fabrication of matrices with size up to one-sq-meter with productivity ten matrices per day
Website: www. nanocoatingplasmasystemsinc.com

Email: glukhoy1@aol.com

Phone: 4155337696

Address: 4432G Enterprise St, Fremont, CA, 94538, United States
CA
 FermilabTimothy Meyer Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Other Energy Technologies As America’s particle physics and accelerator laboratory, Fermilab has a long history of designing, developing, building and testing accelerators and accelerator components to support projects for Fermilab and laboratories around the world. Together with nearby Argonne National Laboratory, Fermilab is home to the largest concentration of accelerator scientists and engineers in North America. In recognition of this significant capability, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity and DOE joined forces to create the Illinois Accelerator Research Center (IARC) at Fermilab.

Electron beams are an exceptional source of energy that are capable of initiating chemical reactions without the need for catalysts, high temperature or high pressure. The high kinetic energy and penetrating nature of the electrons provide significant benefits over typical chemical methods.

Electron beam processing involves the absorption of large doses of energy from accelerated electrons in materials in order to modify them in some beneficial manner. The main processes initiated by electron beam are polymer modification by crosslinking or scission, curing of coatings, decomposition of industrial effluents or synthesis of a new substance. Some materials that have been successfully processed via electron beam include plastics and rubber, wire and cable insulation, crosslinking of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene for hip and joint replacement in the medical industry and many more. Beneficial changes produced in treated materials are improved thermal and chemical resistance, stability at elevated temperatures, improved tensile strength and other mechanical properties. Electron beam technology provides an efficient, safe and environmentally friendly way to drive chemical reactions.

Fermilab can provide expertise, facilities, and simulation & modeling related to accelerators, data science & analytics, and sensors and edge computing.
Website: www.fnal.gov

Email: meyertim@fnal.gov

Phone: 630-840-2376

Address: PO Box 500, Batavia, IL, 60510, United States
IL
 University of PennsylvaniaRobert Carpick Academic Transportation My group works at the intersection of mechanics, materials, and physics to determine the atomic-scale origins of tribology (friction, wear, adhesion, lubrication) and the connections to the structure, composition, and mechanical properties of materials. We pursue the application of this knowledge to applications such as micro- and nano-mechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS), hard disks, thin film design, micro- and nano-manufacturing, protective coatings, and lubricants for mechanical systems including engines, wind turbines, and electric vehicles. We explore novel materials including ultrahard carbon films, tailored molecular layers, lubricant additives including anti-wear molecules and tribofilm-forming nanoparticles, and 2D materials. We focus on experimental methods including scanning probe microscopy including in situ methods, surface/interface science, and synchrotron radiation techniques, and we collaborate extensively with other groups who pursue theory and atomic-scale modeling efforts.

For this OPEN call, one specific interest we have is in designing a lubricant/coolant for future generation electric vehicles. Please contact me if you are interested in this topic, or any others.

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=RxDqOsoAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao
Website: https://carpick.seas.upenn.edu/

Email: carpick@seas.upenn.edu

Phone: 2158984608

Address: 220 S. 33rd St., Philadelphia, PA, 19104, United States
PA
 NASANaina Noorani Federal Government Other Energy Technologies We are working to develop technologies for power beaming in space. As we are going back to the moon and deriving resources like water from cold, dark areas we cannot rely on solar arrays. Power beaming technology would offer a long term solution for driving technologies in remote locations on the lunar surface. Our current experiments will generate dual use power (thermal and electric) using a 2 kW fiber laser.
Website: https://www.nasa.gov/isru/overview/

Email: naina.m.noorani@nasa.gov

Phone: 9723520499

Address: 2101 E NASA Pkwy, Houston, TX, 77586, United States
TX
 Zodiaque ConsultantsRonda Bartee Small Business Other Energy Technologies Project Management
Website: zodiaqueconsults.com

Email: rondab@zodiaqueconsultants.com

Phone: 804 223-2442

Address: 1507 7th St #245, Santa Monica, CA, 90401, United States
CA
 Grid DefendersMike Helton Small Business Grid Military background with consultants in the fields of chemistry, energy, engineering, private defense, and cybersecurity. At Grid Defenders are focus is Environmental Grid Defence and cultivating the most skilled consultants in their fields. We offer a holistic approach to Environmental Grid Defence with our capabilities. Capabilities as follows per consultant: Cybersecurity- Big Data, Private Defence- Tim Easton, Engineering- Ben Edgar, Chemistry- Chuck Zimmerman and Carl Lee Burton (Pending). Grid Defenders has many other consultants depending on the contract to complete per region or overwatch area. Cybersecurity is one of the strongest areas of expertise with Johnathan Crane as a consultant if needed. Our relationships with our chemist are growing and we feel confident with a contract we will be able to secure the right chemist to work on environmental defence. We have the capabilities to build the reactor to meet the requirements set by President Biden to lower emission by 52% by 2030. That's means we need to lower it 5.8% rounded a year. With a 47 ton CPS system, a day (if feasible)depending on the pilot design, which we will not know until we pay the engineering consultants to develop. We need 120 plants @ 47tons a day for 9 years to reach 5 gigatons of CCS. That's a scalable model depending on 3 main components, Pilot design, and byproduct vendor relationships and execution. Blessings and hope,

~Mike~
Website: www.griddefenders.us

Email: generalluck@epbfi.com

Phone: 707-733-3730

Address: 1309 Darlene Circle, Chattanooga, TN, 37412, United States
TN
 NanoSepex, Inc.Somnath Mitra, PhD Small Business Other Energy Technologies Dr. Mitra has been involved in membrane research for more than two decades and diverse carbon nanotube related research for more than seventeen years. He has over 175 papers of which more than 70 are related to membranes with applications in pervaporation, nanofiltration, extraction and MD. He has been actively studying nanotube functionalization and purification, and has used them in diverse applications. Dr. Mitra holds key patents in microwave induced carbon nanotube functionalization, and his work has been featured in various media articles such as Popular Science, the Bulletin of Material Research Society, (eMatters), Chemical Technology (Royal Society of Chemistry), and the National Cancer Institute. More recently, his work on desalination has been featured in Chemical Week and Chemical Engineering (May 1, 2011). Besides being the President, he is a technical advisor he has been interfacing with clients and potential customers.
We are currently focusing on replacing conventional distillation with our advanced membrane technology in order to save energy, reduce emissions with a focus on solvent recovery and bioethanol, butanol production.
Website: www.nanosepex.com

Email: mitra@nanosepex.com

Phone: (973) 596-5611

Address: 54 Huntley Way, Bridgewater, NJ, 08807, United States
NJ
 NAVIA ENERGY INCBabu Jain Small Business Power Generation: Renewable Expertise in Inverter design, proprietary technology for switching from Grid to off grid mode in zero time, Solar freezer technology for inverter thermal management, AI/ML technology for demand and supply management, Smart building energy management. We are interested in working with companies to increase life of solar systems from current 30 to 50 years.

We have founded startup companies and worked for global companies building new engineering centers. Have been granted more than 20 patents in power systems design space.
Website: www.naviaenergy.com

Email: babu.jain@naviaenergy.com

Phone: 4084655525

Address: 6114 Calle Esperanza, San Jose, CA, 95120, United States
CA
 REB Research & ConsultingRobert Buxbaum Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear I have a better way to operate with natural gas in a solid oxide fuel cell, I think; a better way to reform natural gas or alcohols to hydrogen for use in the SOFC, and have gotten a patent for it, US10367208B2. REB Research has been working in the hydrogen area for 30 years, and is a leader in membrane distillation, and membrane reactor systems for hydrogen generation. This idea could also be used to help reform liquid fuels efficiently in a high temperature fuel cell.
Website: www.rebresearch.com

Email: buxbaum@rebresearch.com

Phone: 2485450155

Address: 12851 Capital St, Oak Park, MI, 48237, United States
MI
 Spirit Technologies, LLC-BJim Mikel Small Business Other Energy Technologies I assisted with DOEs Home Energy Score for 8 years, implementing and outreach. I am versed in energy efficiency and climate change, as well as manufacturing, construction and business.

I am trying to receive funding for the Climate Change Corps, with a proposal on my website. I cannot get anyone to take me seriously, but it works!

I have created an APP (completed in about 5 weeks) that will hire, train, and employ the CCC - anywhere in the US - any zip code.

Basically the CCC completes soil and tree analysis on all government properties, redesigns the parking lots for more trees, and plants lots and lots of trees.

For the homeowner in phase two, the CCC goes to homes nationally, provides them an evaluation on their lot/trees and plants more. The homeowner can go to the CCC website for energy efficient self installs, info on climate change, etc.

I would like to assist anyone with their project, as I understand starting up, struggles, and implementation on a large scale.
Website: www.climatechangecorps.com

Email: demleader@gmail.com

Phone: 5128005521

Address: 707 Princeton Dr, Pflugrville, TX, 78660, United States
TX
 Group NIREMark Harral Small Business Grid Stretching over 2,000 acres, the Group NIRE field site is built for industry, government, and academia to demonstrate how technologies such as solar modules, wind turbines, inverters, electric vehicles, and smart appliances interact with controllers, each other, and the grid. Our facility allows partners to go beyond the lab and see how their solutions perform through real world testing.
Our facility provides the best wind and solar conditions for installing land-based wind turbine prototypes and deploying PV converters, controllers, and general DERs for extended periods of time to conduct research, performance measurement testing, and certification.
GNIRE’s field site also incorporates a full scale micro-grid testing site with on hand expertise and testing lab. GNIRE’s field office is perfect for deploying micro and nano-grid services such as HEMS and BEMS control and acquisition. GNIRE can also use its own BEMS development services to aid in testing. Another indispensable segment of the field site is GNIRE’s Research and Development Center. This segment, equipped with a full electrical and Wide Bandgap testing lab, is responsible for researching, developing, and implementing tools, technologies, and controls that allow testing to flow smoothly, accurately, and efficiently.
GNIRE’s in-house meteorology and data science experts offer clients the ability to dive deeply into cause-and-effect relationships underlying the performance of prototype energy assets across the generation, distribution, and consumption lifecycle. With research grade weather observational platforms and in-house high-resolution weather forecasting techniques, weather impacts on all aspects of energy can be harnessed to maximize benefits and minimize disruptions. Additionally, through artificial intelligence modelling of complex energy systems, data-driven decisions on how to best move energy from the environment and safely and efficiently through generation systems, distribution networks, loads, and storage systems can be enhanced with real-world testing and evaluation rather than heavily idealized and controlled scenarios.
GNIRE’s outdoor wind test facility is a U.S. based location built for independent performance verification of LiDAR and SODAR technology. Our mission is to provide convenient service in an atmosphere that enables LiDAR owners and operators to spend less time shipping and testing LIDARs overseas and more time utilizing equipment on sites in the U.S.
Website: www.groupnire.com

Email: mark.harral@groupnire.com

Phone: 806.771.7722

Address: 5219 City Bank Pkwy, Ste 260, LUBBOCK, TX, 79407, United States
TX
 Skibo EnergyHarry Levinson Small Business Power Generation: Renewable Skibo Energy is designing a low-cost Thermal Energy Storage (TES) product using common solid materials that will address the challenges of storing heat for hours and days in the 500C-1000C range. We are looking for partners in all areas but initially focusing on using Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) and the associated electricity generation capabilities. We have a small, committed team of chemical and mechanical engineers capable of modeling, simulating, designing, and building the TES technology to solve renewable energy storage challenges.
Website: www.skiboenergy.com

Email: grants@skiboenergy.com

Phone: 412-225-6889

Address: 6901 Lynn Way, Pittsburgh, PA, 15208, United States
PA
 Alliance Technologies, LLCLance A Scott Small Business Power Generation: Renewable Alliance Technologies is a small business that has formed a unique Transformative Impact Collaborative (TIC) focused on advanced manufacturing, clean energy, bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECSS), reforestation and bio-sequestration, solar micro-grid, and innovative direct air carbon capture and storage (DACSS) technologies that will be essential to meeting the demand for carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions abatement. Alliance Technologies has fostered collaboration with leading manufacturing partners, research laboratories, and institutions of higher education such as, Yale University Center for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering, University of Delaware Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration, Center Energy and Environment Policy (CEEP), Horn Entrepreneurship, Sacred Heart University Jack Welch College of Business & Technology, Verizon iHub, University of Connecticut Technology Incubator Program (TIP), Fairfield University Charles F. Dolan School of Business, and many others.
Website: www.allianceamericas.com

Email: lscott@allianceamericas.com

Phone: 2035368210

Address: 26 Davis Hill Road, Weston, CT, 06883, United States
CT
 National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)Ankur Podder Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Building Efficiency Ankur joined the Communities and Urban Science Research Group at NREL in 2019 with a focus on buildings advanced manufacturing, industrialized construction innovation, and integration science. His work helps facilitate the integration of a wide range of energy efficiency strategies and distributed energy resources with industrialized construction methods such as off-site construction, modularization, prefabrication, and panelization. His work also involves strategizing the blending of factory information modeling and building information modeling into NREL's building energy modeling capabilities as well as accelerating whole-building systems integration in upcoming modular net-zero energy buildings.

Ankur gained academic and research training on advanced manufacturing, building energy, life-cycle assessment, and urbanism from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, entrepreneurship and economics from courses at Harvard Business School, and architectural and building sciences/technology from Birla Institute of Technology. At MIT, he developed machine-mediated advanced manufacturing techniques and digital design-fabrication methods to effectively quantify and lower embodied carbon during new construction in the United States.
Website: https://www.nrel.gov/research/staff/ankur-podder.html

Email: Ankur.Podder@nrel.gov

Phone: 7204298088

Address: 1781 York Street, Apartment 243, Denver, CO, 80206, United States
CO
 National Grid PartnersBrian Ryan Large Business Grid National Grid Partners is the investment arm and innovation engine of National Grid. National Grid created NGP to ‘disrupt itself’ and advance the energy systems of tomorrow. This includes investing in seed-stage and mature startups at the intersection of energy and emerging tech; launching new businesses from scratch, and infusing an entrepreneurial culture into National Grid. NGP is dedicated to creating a smarter, renewable future. NGP focuses broadly on helping National Grid perform our core operations better and playing a central role in the global transformation of energy. AI & Analytics, Cloud, IoT, Smart Grid, and Security are all of interest to us. But we also love ideas that don’t fit any existing category.

We are interested in opportunities for new innovation and proof of concept projects in partnership with the utility.

Access to broad expertise within a large utility, proof of concept at scale, and business model validation for new innovations.
Website: https://ngpartners.com/

Email: jennifer.ramsey@nationalgrid.com

Phone: 9549376335

Address: 720 University Ave, Suite 100, Los Gatos, CA, 95032, United States
CA
 POOLE VENTURA INCHENRY POOLE Small Business Other Energy Technologies PVI is a system engineering and manufacturing company specializing in high vacuum process technology and equipment. Since 1981, PVI engineers and technical staff have successfully designed and manufactured a wide variety of automated vacuum processing systems for the photovoltaic, flat panel display, semiconductor, aerospace, high purity material, and other challenging industries. Our world-class technical, engineering and manufacturing capabilities give us the lead in several areas of vacuum process technology. A large percentage of the systems that we manufacture are custom designed for unique applications. PVI delivers turnkey systems and provides ongoing support for our products, worldwide.

We have developed processing systems for optoelectronic devices such as photovoltaics, fiber optics, interference filters, and aircraft canopies. We design and build equipment and systems that are used throughout the world in a range of demanding industries, from semiconductors to solar panels to rotating grade titanium. Our team has the experience and knowledge to develop high-quality solutions to match your unique process requirements.
Website: https://pvitechnology.com

Email: jamie@pvitechnology.com

Phone: 18059811784

Address: 321 BERNOULLI CIRCLE, OXNARD, CA, 93030, United States
CA
 Institute for Simulation IntelligenceAlexander Lavin Non-Profit Other Energy Technologies The Institute for Simulation Intelligence (ISI) is a new, non-profit research organization aiming to broaden the scientific method with a robust and reliable hypothesis-simulation-analysis cycle. We are advancing key technologies in AI-accelerated simulation towards a platform of flexible and efficient simulation engines across critical domains -- notably, nuclear fusion and systems (i.e. O&M), energy storage materials, energy distribution systems, and Digital Twin Earth for multi-modal multi-scale climate science. We focus on probabilistic AI/ML methods that enable principled uncertainty reasoning and interpretability, simulation-based inference for flexible workflows, surrogate modeling and emulation for interfacing mechanistic models and real-world data in synergistic ways, and probabilistic programming for encoding domain expertise. Further, we specialize in the necessary industrial-scale data engineering and high performance computing. ISI is a small, interdisciplinary team of world experts in AI and computational sciences, working with leading organizations such as NASA and MIT. Contact info@simulation.science for more.
Website: https://simulation.science/

Email: info@simulation.science

Phone: 8479893019

Address: 220 Water St., Brooklyn, NY, 11201, United States
NY
 Carbon BioEnergy Inc.Islam Genina Small Business Bioenergy Carbon BioEnergy is a startup that spun out of the MIT D-Lab. We are developing a new technology to liquefy biomass into bio-crude oil based on non-thermal plasma at atmospheric pressure, which can yield similar products as hydrothermal liquefaction in a much shorter reaction time and with a higher energy return on investment. We are looking to potentially partner with teams producing biomass (wet or dry) that can be processed using our technology.
Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/islam-genina/

Email: Genina@mit.edu

Phone: 8574008984

Address: 265 MASSACHUSETTS AVE, MIT Building N51, 3rd floor, Cambridge, MA, 02139, United States
MA
 Cambridge Research & Development, Inc.Ken Steinberg Small Business Building Efficiency CRD has experience managing heating/cooling/power of over 25 Million square feet of computer colocation capacity and has been actively consulting in the energy and compute infrastructure verticals for over 25 years. CRD is currently working on three energy sector projects related to IC cooling, hydrogen generation, and compression systems.

Additionally CRD has over 30+ years in the development of innovative scientific solutions across a broad range of problem spaces including telemedicine, robotics, cybersecurity, medical devices, energy efficiency, ballistics, and transportation. CRD capabilities include software, hardware, and go-to-market (IP, licensing, pricing, manufacturing, marketing etc.) knowledge in both the Public and Private sectors.
Website: https://cambridgerad.com

Email: ksteinberg@cambridgerad.com

Phone: 603-263-7110

Address: 70, Walden Pond Dr, Nashua, NH, 03064, United States
NH
 LectrolystGregory Hutchings Small Business Other Energy Technologies Lectrolyst LLC is focused on electrocatalytic conversion of CO2, CO, and other carbon-rich wastes and renewably-sourced feedstocks into higher-value chemicals. We provide expertise in device design, catalyst synthesis, electrode fabrication, and laboratory-scale electrochemical evaluation. Our current work includes device development currently funded through ARPA-E TINA SEED, and we seek partners both to integrate our current devices within new application areas as well as to co-develop novel components that meet emerging process needs.
Website: https://www.lectrolyst.com

Email: greg@lectrolyst.com

Phone: 3028948978

Address: 200 Powder Mill Road, BLDG E500/Rm. 2206, Wilmington, DE, 19803, United States
DE
 Dephy Inc.Matt Mooney Small Business Transportation Dephy is a robotics design firm founded in 2016 with the primary mission of bringing humans Beyond Nature™ with performance enhancing wearable robotics technologies. We utilize a practical, hands-on approach to problem solving which is supported by our rapid prototyping R&D space. We are active in the military, academic, medical, and consumer markets. Our products have been used successfully in augmented walking applications with multiple customer groups.

Our FASTER line of products is designed for robotics researchers to spend less time building hardware platforms and more time actually conducting research. The ActPack motion controller and LiPO battery system are currently available, with the latest version of the Dephy lower-limb exoskeleton to be available for robotics researchers in spring 2021.

We are also open to collaborations with other researcher groups to explore robotics for human performance augmentation.
Email us at admin@dephy.com to begin the conversation.
Website: www.dephy.com

Email: mmooney@dephy.com

Phone: 508-982-1909

Address: 63 GREAT ROAD, SUITE 204, MAYNARD, MA, 01754, United States
MA
 Pecan Street Inc.Scott Hinson Non-Profit Grid Pecan Street is positioned to facilitate the development and demonstration of building efficiency solutions through our lab, community testbeds, and data resources. Pecan Street owns and operates a cleantech innovation lab in Austin, TX with specialized testing facilities for smart inverters, energy storage, rooftop and ground-mount PV, electric vehicles and grid-tied vehicle-to-grid solutions. Pecan Street's team includes data engineers, software and hardware developers, power systems engineers and a Master Electrician. Pecan Street created and manages the world's largest residential energy research database that can be applied to solution design, model development and verification, and used to program load banks at its lab for hardware- and software-in-the-loop testing. In home data collected includes direct measurement of real power, current harmonics, reactive power, voltage, and current phase angle at a one second interval for up to 30 circuits per home, we collect 2.6 billion records daily. Pecan Street manages residential energy research testbeds in Austin, TX; California; and upstate New York - all containing concentrations of households with PV and EV's. Our team has experience in setting up secure cloud/bare metal based systems for data collection, AI/ML environments, embedded systems design for distributed and hierarchical control architectures and big data analytics. We have worked with multiple corporations, universities and national labs to create platform solutions to enable algorithm and controls development.
Website: www.pecanstreet.org

Email: shinson@pecanstreet.org

Phone: 5129404701

Address: 4106 Avenue C, Austin, TX, 78751, United States
TX
 Alden Research Laboratory, Inc.Kimbal Hall Small Business Bioenergy For 126 years, Alden has provided engineering, field, and laboratory technical assessments to address regulatory agency compliance and operational requirements. Alden has earned the respect of state and federal resource agencies throughout the U.S. Alden also routinely works for private sector clients under non-disclosure agreements to design, optimize, and troubleshoot flow-related products and processes.

In addition to flow-related design services, our third party, independent consulting laboratory performs component testing, scaled experimental models for large installations, and complex computational fluid dynamic (CFD) modeling.

Examples of recent work include CFD simulation of reaction rates, gas/liquid mass transfer, and mixing within +1 million gallon fermentation tanks for synthesizing biofuels, combustion analysis of a range of gaseous fuels, biopharmaceutical filter and chromatography column scale-up optimization, and design of a novel large serpentine algae pond to eliminate areas of stagnant flow, and minimize pumping costs.

Our particular focus is on scaling up successful lab-scale technologies to commercial-scale systems when flow processes are important. This occurs when mixing rates, reaction rates, and mass transfer rates are all on a similar time scale.
Website: www.aldenlab.com

Email: khall@aldenlab.com

Phone: (508) 829-6000 x 6486

Address: 30 Shrewsbury Street, Holden, MA, 01520, United States
MA
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