Bidgely (fka MyEnerSave, Inc.)’s mission is to reduce residential and small commercial electric power consumption by providing an itemized electric bill to consumers empowering them with informed decision-making.
Ceibo is a biotech company that creates sustainable solutions for the mining industry at the intersection of microbiology + geochemistry + engineering.
Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) is on track to bring fusion energy technology to market. CFS was spun out of MIT and is collaborating with MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center to leverage decades of research combined with the innovation and speed of the private sector. Supported by the world’s leading investors in breakthrough energy technologies, the CFS team is uniquely positioned to deliver the fastest path to commercial fusion energy.
Natron Energy (formerly Alveo Energy) is an energy storage company that is developing a new high power, long cycle life, low-cost battery technology for industrial applications. Natron’s batteries offer higher power density, faster recharge, and longer cycle life than incumbent technologies.
SeaMicro develops solutions that address power inefficiencies in data centers. The company created the microserver category and is the only company with a second generation fabric server with over 1.28 Tbps bandwidth. SeaMicro’s technology innovation addresses the dramatic changes in the demand for storage and the economics of operation driven by the sea changes in devices, applications and user growth. With its patented SeaMicro Freedom™ Fabric, SeaMicro technology supports both x86 and ARM servers and processor options from both AMD and Intel. The company was acquired by AMD.
Silicium is developing silicon thermoelectrics that enable substantially increased battery longevity for wearable electronics. By using body heat, Silicium technology can help power an entire spectrum of wearable devices ranging from smart watches, fitness monitors and consumer health monitors, to wearable medical diagnostics and implantable medical devices. Silicium leverages technology created at Caltech and the University of Michigan, utilizing a “fab-less” approach for high performance thermoelectrics using off the shelf silicon wafers.
Varentec provides products and solutions that achieve smarter power delivery for its customers. The company builds power management and monitoring solutions for the electric grid.