The proliferation of connected devices promises to revolutionize consumer, commercial and industrial applications with greater convenience, lower operational costs and data-driven performance improvements. Already consumers have fallen in love with smart home conveniences, while many businesses have begun to reap the benefits of connected device driven efficiency gains such as electronic shelf labels and occupancy sensors. Giga scale applications for these technologies are around the corner: the potential exists for billions of wireless sensors to be installed during the coming decade, with nearly half located inside buildings. However, the challenge of reliably and affordably powering these devices has continued to limit IoT viability at scale. Connected electronics require continuous power, which until now has meant batteries that must be periodically replaced or recharged. Legacy photovoltaic technologies like amorphous silicon cells long used on solar calculators and childrens toys don’t yield sufficient power in the real-world, low light operational conditions for most IoT sensors. At the same time, the exorbitant price tag for high performance, low-light PV technologies like gallium arsenide cells has made them suitable only for space satellite and research applications, not mass-market electronics. Ambient has solved both the low power density and high cost problems of legacy low light PV technologies and created the world’s most powerful low light energy harvesting photovoltaic cells — making endless power for IoT electronics a reality for the first time.
Amogy is a VC-backed start-up, located in Brooklyn, New York, and is working on a novel carbon-free energy system using ammonia as a renewable fuel. The innovative solution enables the decarbonization of ground/sea/air transportations, accelerating our journey towards the Net Zero Economy. As a mission, we aim to eliminate &g;5 billion metric tons of CO2 emission by 2040 and achieve the complete decarbonization of transportations by 2050. see less
Beta Technologies designs and develops electric aircraft including advanced flight control and electric propulsion systems, with a focus on clean aviation technology. Beta designs a self-sufficient eVTOL aircraft ecosystem that satisfies the needs of humans, embraces the laws of nature, and works in harmony with the planet. Beta Technologies simplifies and amplifies access to the vertical dimension of mobility.
CarbonCure Technologies creates, develops, and licenses solutions that consume waste CO2 to make better concrete. It spurs the market shift towards affordable green concrete, by enabling concrete manufacturers to convert waste CO2 into solid minerals, locked away as a solid within concrete during manufacturing. It is a green building technology company currently serving concrete product manufacturers in the US and Canada. It offers concrete producers the ability to manufacture green concrete products without compromising on either quality or price. CarbonCure is a retrofit innovation that repurposes CO2 gas from large final emitters as a feedstock in concrete plants. The gas is permanently converted into embedded solid mineral carbonates that yield material, environmental, and production advantages. By enabling concrete manufacturers to consume CO2 into concrete products during manufacturing, the technology differentiates an otherwise traditional commodity concrete product, while achieving superior material performance characteristics. In addition to technology, CarbonCure provides demand-pull marketing and environmental reporting/certification services to reinforce its customers’ exclusive competitive positioning. The technology is licensed at a very low-CAPEX to concrete producers, generating a recurring revenue stream. CarbonCure Technologies was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Electra is decarbonizing iron and steelmaking to eliminate 3.7 gigatons or 10% of global carbon dioxide emissions. Leveraging proven industrial-scale electrochemical and hydrometallurgical processes, and backed by leading sustainability-focused venture capitalists, our team is developing lower cost, scalable solutions utilizing renewable energy to forge a cleaner, greener future for the trillion-dollar steel industry. With a uniquely collaborative culture, endless passion for developing disruptive technologies, and the opportunity to revolutionize carbon-intensive manufacturing industries, careers at Electra offer challenge, reward, and the chance to bring to market solutions that dramatically improve the health of the planet.
Electric Hydrogen (EH2) is a deep decarbonization company building low-cost, high-efficiency, fossil-free hydrogen systems. Industrial sectors like ammonia and steel production account for a third of global GHGs and will require fossil-free hydrogen at cost parity to eliminate CO2 emissions. We are rethinking electrolysis from the ground up to compete with dirty hydrogen on cost and scale. Our technology brings massive and efficient hydrogen solutions to industry, infrastructure, freight and beyond. Our leadership team’s experience at revolutionary clean energy companies like Tesla and First Solar make EH2 the best-qualified hydrogen company to break through today’s barriers of efficiency and cost to make measurable progress toward a zero-emission industrial sector in this decade.
The freight-moving industry are both a lifeblood of the US economy and its dominant source of harmful pollution. Diesel trucks emit nearly one-third of smog-forming nitrogen oxides and more than one-quarter of diesel particulate matter in the state. Forum Mobility is bringing its 60+ years of combined energy development and energy contracting history to the goods movement industry with a "Zero Emissions Fleet as a Service" business model. We do it ALL, own and operate the fleet for our customers who simply put a driver in the seat and realize a savings over its existing combustion engine fleet.
Infinium offers an electrofuels solution to decarbonize the transportation sector using today’s infrastructure. Infinium’s Electrofuels is a net-zero carbon alternative to existing liquid fuels that can immediately "drop-in" and be used in plane, ship, and truck fleets.
Moxion Power develops zero-emission generators and off-road equipment to support industries. Moxion Power offers temporary mobile power units which run on electric power for charging and coupled with automatic swapping functionality, enabling clients from the construction industry, events and entertainment, utilities, EV fleet operators, and government agencies to get their temporary energy needs met in an eco-friendly manner.
Pachama is an organization focused on developing technology solutions to accelerate the growth of the Forest Carbon Credits market. Their ultimate intention is to help scale up the protection and restoration of the forests of the planet, which recapture carbon from the atmosphere reversing climate change, and are the holders of the planet’s biodiversity, keystones for maintaining planetary homeostasis.