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Capacitech Energy, Inc.

Capacitech’s proprietary wire-shaped supercapacitor can be built into and used with existing wiring. Customers are able to use both batteries and supercapacitors, increasing performance for applications in renewable energy, IoT, electronics, wearable, sensors, aerospace, and defence markets.

Disa LLC

Disa is a materials liberation company that uses their patented High-Pressure Slurry Ablation (HPSA) technology to isolate targeted materials for the mining and reclamation industries.


Dynamhex deploys advanced technology to perform decarbonization-as-a-service to help cities, companies, and utilities implement data-driven decarbonization assessments at 20 percent of the cost and 10 percent of the time it currently takes existing solutions.

Komfort IQ

Komfort IQ’s IoT sensors and dampers bring room-by-control of HVAC to commercial buildings. Sensors determine the occupancy of each room and reduce airflow to unoccupied offices, reducing building energy usage by 25 percent.

Spark Thermionics, Inc.

Spark Thermionics is building a power plant on a chip: a generator that can efficiently convert any fuel to electricity at one-tenth the size and weight of the state-of-the-art.

Westgen Technologies Inc

Westgen’s technology enables power generation on remote wellsites combined with air compression. Westgen eliminates methane venting and complies with new and emerging methane regulations while reducing capital and operating costs for wellsite operators.

I like the get bolder tone of [Objective #1]. Plan bold growth strategy to help target strategic investors that also help growth pursuit. Not raise a bunch of money to figure out big growth after the fact.

- Mike.Begin.Fellow - Mar 9, 2021 @ 3:35 PM EST