Scale For ClimateTech Adds 17 Emerging Startups To Its Manufacturing Accelerator | Your money

ALBANY, NY, December 09, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Scale For ClimateTech today announced that 18 teams of emerging startups are joining the fourth cohort of its program that helps companies take new hardware innovations from prototype stage to mass production. The teams are working to face the climate crisis with technologies that reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change.

Selected from a total of 84 applicants in 17 different countries, these growing companies will benefit from Scale For ClimateTech’s comprehensive programming and global network, which accelerate and reduce risks in the production process, fill market gaps and help businesses market their products. walked faster. To date, Scale For ClimateTech has helped more than 51 climate technology manufacturing companies raise $ 174 million in funding, collectively, and has generated approximately $ 26 million in revenue over the past three years. In 2020, companies participating in the program more than doubled their combined revenue.

The following teams have been selected for cohort 4 and present a range of technologies:

2S Water – Single-element and multi-element sensors providing real-time water quality data for industrial and municipal applications (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada).

3E Nano Inc. – Transparent nano-thin solar and energy control coating for a wide range of energy radiated with glass, polymers and other materials (Kitchener, Ontario, Canada).

Amogy – Portable size carbonless energy system using liquid ammonia as a renewable fuel (Brooklyn, New York, USA).

Ashlawn Energy – The VanCharg â„¢ battery that uses vanadium ions to store chemical potential energy from renewable sources (Binghamton, New York, USA).

Ateios – Solid-state batteries using rapid heterogeneous deposition of radiation-curable composite electrodes to increase battery energy density (Newberry, Indiana, USA).

Candidus, Inc – Adaptive lighting control system that transforms a traditional greenhouse lighting installation into a dynamic system that can respond to varying sunlight, allowing growers to save energy when light is out. is not necessary while ensuring that the crops always receive sufficient light (Binghamton, New York, USA).

Caporus Technologies – Advanced dielectrics that offer up to 10x improvements in energy density and power with reliable high temperature operation for batteries. (Chicago, Illinois, United States).

ElectricFish – An energy storage company that makes extremely fast charging of electric vehicles accessible without overloading the grid (Berkeley, California, United States).

Enerpoly – Rechargeable and environmentally friendly zinc-ion batteries at an affordable price (Stockholm, Sweden).

Evtek – Manufactures recycling processing machines that use its AI vision system to best meet the needs of different recycling centers, combined with a user-friendly mobile app that rewards consumers for pre-sorting their recyclables (Brooklyn, New York, United States).

Farm to Flame Energy Inc. – Provides patented technology that turns mixed biomass waste, such as wood chippings, yard waste, and farm waste, into a uniform powder that can be used as fuel for the production of electricity or heat (Syracuse, New York, United States).

KLAW Industries – A patent pending process to divert waste glass from landfills to create Pantheon â„¢, a partial replacement cement for concrete (Binghamton, New York, USA).

Made of Air – Carbon negative thermoplastic materials derived from biomass waste to replace fossil plastics in manufactured products (Berlin, Germany).

Optimus Technologies, Inc. – The Vector System, a fuel system technology that allows diesel engines to run 100% on biodiesel (Pittsburgh, PA, US).

Pulsenics, Inc. – A suite of hardware and software technologies to monitor and reveal sources of performance loss for technologies that use real-time electrochemical cells such as green hydrogen production and energy storage (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).

RainStick Shower – A Wi-Fi enabled circular shower that captures, circulates and cleans water in real time to save energy, water and money (Cambridge, Ontario, Canada).

Senergy – Nanocomposite materials that enable the design of low cost, low carbon thermal solar panels that reduce the cost of delivering one kilowatt of heat at a price that will compete with gas and oil (Belfast, UK) .

Scale For ClimateTech is a free manufacturing accelerator, one of only five in the United States to offer growth stage manufacturing support programming for start-ups and provide founders with a range of resources, technical expertise and advice. The program is administered by nonprofit entrepreneurship catalyst NextCorps and impact innovation company SecondMuse, and is supported by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Over a dozen partners, including Urban Future Lab, Partsimony, Newlab, Cornell University, REV: Ithaca Startup Works, NY Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) and the RIT Golisano Institute of Sustainability, support programming and provide founders with a range resources, technical expertise and advice.

Entry into Scale For ClimateTech is a competitive process, with a selection based on the effectiveness of a technological solution, team dynamics, business plan, investment prospects, need for manufacturing resources. and the potential benefits of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in New York State to meet the state’s climate and clean energy goals under the Climate Leadership and Community Protections Act .

Each company in the cohort will have access to dedicated mentors, entry into the New York State hardware ecosystem, industry expert Manufacturing Readiness Level (MRL) assessments, a deeper understanding of GHG impact and a personalized roadmap development plan. In addition, they will also have access to strategic partnerships, founders friendly investors and subcontractors to commercialize the technology in New York State and beyond.

The Scale for ClimateTech program is a catalyst for commercializing climate technology companies, saving them time and money and enabling them to help reduce carbon emissions while supporting targets of New York on climate and clean energy. “

“As the program continues to grow in our fourth year and the manufacturing community recovers from the pandemic, it is inspiring to see so many climate technology innovators around the world developing hardware devices to reduce emissions. greenhouse gases, ”said Scale For ClimateTech CEO. and program manager for NextCorps, Mike Riedlinger. “We are urgently working with a group selected to manufacture products in volume to help reduce potential climate impacts for our future. “

“We are very impressed with the next cohort of new technologies and the various innovators behind them. Many of the companies selected came from personal recommendations from other programs and incubators, and even from our alumni, which sends a clear message: we can and must work together to solve the climate crisis, ”said Shelby Thompson, head of senior program at Scale. For ClimateTech and Program Manager for SecondMuse.

About For ClimateTech The For ClimateTech initiative, which includes Venture For ClimateTech and Scale For ClimateTech, is supported by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and is administered by the nonprofit entrepreneurship catalyst NextCorps and impact innovation company SecondMuse. The objective of the For ClimateTech initiatives is to accelerate innovations likely to have substantial climate impacts for all and to limit GHG emissions to 40% of 1990 levels by 2030, as established by the Climate Leadership and Community New York State Protection Act.

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