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Referred to GCxN by UrbanFuture Lab/ACRE

Air Company is transforming carbon dioxide captured from the air into impurity-free alcohols for spirits, fragrances, sanitizers and a variety of consumer industries, as well as for carbon-negative fuel in the long-term.

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Referred to GCxN by Clean Energy Trust

AllCell Technologies is making lithium-ion batteries safer and faster to charge with a patented passive thermal management material. The phase change composite (PCC) material incorporated in their lithium-ion battery packs is used to spread and absorb heat as the batteries cycle and generate heat.

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Referred to GCxN by Cyclotron Road

Antora Energy is building large batteries for the grid at remarkably low costs, using modified solar panels to change heat to electricity efficiently. This technology will both improve grid resiliency and provide long-duration energy storage at 1/20th the cost of conventional batteries.

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Referred to GCxN by Vertuelab

BlueDot Photonics is developing a cost-effective and scalable manufacturing process to create solar panels using perovskite materials, which can increase solar panel output by at least 10 percent.

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Referred to GCxN by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Electrical Grid Monitoring Ltd. created its Meta-Alert™ system to secure real-time communications and perform self-learning analytics on the whole grid. The collected data produces insights for optimal grid management and operation.

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Referred to GCxN by Cyclotron Road

Feasible Inc. is developing a technology platform that uses sound waves and data analytics to deliver insights about batteries across the value chain. At scale, Feasible’s technology will enable adoption of clean energy by improving the performance and safety of battery packs.

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Referred to GCxN by the Colorado Cleantech Industries Association

Hygge Power is building a new platform for flexible energy storage in apartments, homes and small businesses. Their in-home network of small storage devices works together to act as one giant battery, allowing renters and homeowner to deploy backup power where it's most important at a lower cost.

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Referred to GCxN by the California Clean Energy Fund

Icarus, RT creates a hybrid solar-thermal photovoltaic system that stores and uses leftover “waste heat” from solar panels to generate power on demand. This significantly increases power output per panel and lowers overall cost per kilowatt.

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Referred to GCxN by the California Clean Energy Fund (CalCEF)

Intertie has developed a modular smart grid technology, the EV ChargePod, that advances the ``Grid of the Future`` by simultaneously delivering ultra-fast EV charging, intelligent storage, solar integration and other electric services, while improving grid reliability and raising utilization.

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Referred to GCxN by MaRS Discovery District

Ionomr Innovations is developing ion-exchange membranes and polymers used for electrochemical applications in order to reduce the use of cost-prohibitive and toxic materials. Applications include green hydrogen production, hydrogen fuel cells and carbon capture and utilization.

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Referred to GCxN by Chain Reaction Innovations

Jolt Energy Storage uses organic compounds to develop safer and more efficient flow batteries with the same large-scale storage capabilities as lithium-ion, but at a lower cost.

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Referred to GCxN by Prospect SV

Microgrid Labs is developing a modeling, simulation and optimization software platform for fleet managers to help them make decisions about how to cost-effectively and quickly electrify their multi-vehicle fleets, such as city bus agencies, school bus fleets and commercial truck operators.

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Referred to GCxN by Powerhouse Solar

Span is reinventing and redesigning the in-home electrical panel. Their goal is to make it easy and inexpensive to integrate renewable energy sources into the average electrical panel.

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Referred to GCxN by NREL

Versogen is developing a breakthrough electrolyzer technology that uses water and renewable energy to produce green hydrogen at scale in a reliable and affordable way. Versogen’s systems are built around its patented anion exchange membranes (AEM) and earth-abundant materials.