75F designs and manufactures the world's leading IoT-based Building Management System, an out-of-the-box, vertically integrated solution that is more affordable and easier to deploy than anything on the market today. The company leverages IoT, Cloud Computing, AI and Machine Learning for data-driven, proactive building intelligence and controls for energy and comfort optimization. 75F's mission is to improve comfort and indoor air quality — all while saving energy.
Achates Power specializes in the fields of combustion engine development, clean diesel, and 2-stroke oil control management. It is focused on applying its proven technical know-how and expertise, coupled with the industry's leading-edge testing, simulation, and analysis tools.
Aeroseal’s mission is to revolutionize the way buildings consume energy, drastically reducing their carbon emissions in a simple, safe, and cost-effective way. How will we do it? With our air-sealing technologies. Small leaks are a BIG problem -- The ducts and walls in buildings leak air - wasting energy and affecting comfort, and traditional sealing solutions fall short of solving the problem. Aeroseal’s technologies - HomeSeal Connect, SmartSeal, and AeroBarrier Connect - inject a fog of sealant particles into these pressurized spaces, efficiently sealing air leaks in both ducts and the building envelope. Software tracks the entire process, creating a certificate of completion showing before and after leakage. Aeroseal is one of the fastest-growing clean technology companies in the U.S. and has sealed over 250,000 buildings globally, spanning homes, hospitals, schools, government facilities, hotels, and offices. This commitment has resulted in billions of dollars in energy savings.
Andium is an end-to-end industrial IoT platform that brings intelligent software services down to the device layer, offering industries more flexibility, reliability, and scalability in monitoring and controlling their operations, regardless of cloud connectivity.
Boston Metal is a metallurgy company developing technology to reduce the carbon footprint of steel production. The company provides industrial-scale, metal production solutions utilizing its Molten Oxide Electrolysis (MOE) process. MOE provides the metals industry with a more efficient, lower-cost, and greener solution for the production of a widearray of metals and alloys from a wide variety of feedstocks. Boston Metal was spun out of MIT in 2012 with an investment from Ingo Wender and has since scaled the technology 1,000x and produced thousands of kilograms of metal. Boston Metal’s headquarters and industrial development center are located in Woburn, MA.
Carbon Upcycling is a waste and carbon utilization company unlocking a new frontier of circular materials. We’re tackling the biggest problems on the planet—like climate change and industrial waste. Applying our novel technology platform, we enable hard-to-decarbonize industry to transform local industrial byproducts and natural materials into superior additives. Our first massive market is concrete, the source of eight percent of global CO2 emissions and growing. Our novel technology reduces the carbon footprint of cement, sequesters carbon, and improves concrete performance. We do this by opening up a new class of locally available, carbon-sequestering cement replacements. With Carbon Upcycling, cement producers can now create a superior product using local industrial byproducts and natural materials and save the planet at the same time.
Clarke Valve is a developer of energy-saving shutter valves designed to work in a variety of industrial and aerospace applications. The company's technology can be easily scaled or customized to meet many challenging requirements and is currently deployed in a diverse spectrum of markets, including oil and gas, aerospace, chemical, powerplants, and water management. Its valves offer a combination of zero pressure drop, zero flow restriction, full pluggability, precise flow control, negligible turbulence, low cavitation, low water hammer, low noise, ultra-thin footprint, low power consumption, plug and play adaptability and long-term reliability, that enable power plants, oil and gas facilities, and chemical plants to efficiently use these valves in various challenging applications.
Converge is building the next generation of wireless sensor networks for the industrial internet of things by augmenting existing sensors to help large industries replace manual monitoring with automated, continuous data collection and analytics.
Econic Technologies was born from a vision where catalyst chemistry is used to turn waste CO2 into positive economic and environmental potential. Incorporating waste CO2 as a feedstock for polymer preparation using our novel catalysts reduces the reliance on expensive fossil fuels, turning scientific research into business advantage for plasticsmanufacturers while delivering environmental gain for the benefit of all. This vision was crystallized by Professor Charlotte Williams, then at Imperial College London, and now Professor of Inorganic Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Oxford. It was initially supported by investment from Touchstone Innovations, now IP Group plc, and Norner Verdandi, and now includes backing by Woodford Investment Management, Jetstream Capital, and OGCI Climate Investments.
Elk Hills Carbon LLC was designed to capture CO2 from a natural gas power plant and inject it deep underground for permanent sequestration in depleted reservoirs. But in light of recent legislation adopted in California that bans the use of injected CO2 in oil production, CRC is assessing whether the new economic incentives for CCS in the Inflation Reduction Act could provide an alternative pathway to develop the project. The CCUS project is led by California Resources Corporation (CRC), the largest oil and natural gas producer in California.
Fero Labs is the Augmented Intelligence Platform where industrial knowledge is collected, and augmented with the power of Fero ML, so factories can make confident production changes that drive profit and sustainability. Factories sit on a disconnected goldmine of production data and industrial knowledge. Harnessing Fero Labs into a factory's workflow creates a center of intelligence for cross-functional collaboration to make better use of raw and recycled materials, production time, and energy utilization. Teams work 90x faster, using simulated predictions or live optimizations, they can explore root cause analyses in minutes, and make continuous process improvements with confidence that drive Profitable Sustainability. Together we'll build a sustainable tomorrow.