7AC Technologies Selected For Project As Part of Energy Department Award to Help Industry Address High Performance Computing Challenges
These projects will address key challenges in U.S. manufacturing proposed in partnership with companies and improve energy efficiency across the manufacturing industry through applied research and development of energy technologies.
As part of the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN²) program, 7AC Technologies has developed a liquid desiccant evaporative technology that will result in a 40-50% energy savings for commercial buildings. The IN² program launched in October 2014 and is part of Wells...
7AC Technologies has landed $6.2 million in new equity venture capital financing, according to an SEC regulatory filing.
7AC Technologies has received $4.9 million in new venture investment, according to an SEC regulatory filing.
The NREL’s 25th Industry Growth Forum attracted nearly 400 investors, entrepreneurs, scientists and policymakers to Denver. The two-day forum highlighted clean energy industry technology and business developments.
3M New Ventures identifies and invests in highly innovative companies and disruptive new technologies with strategic relevance for 3M.
The rapid growth in their use makes it urgent to limit the damage.
Extreme heat recently melted roads in the U.K.; hit a record-shattering 120°F in Chino, Calif.; and led to more than 70 deaths in Quebec. These cases illustrate a vexing paradox for scientists and policymakers: air conditioning keeps people cool and saves lives but is also one of the biggest contributors to global warming.
But there is growing concern that as other countries adopt America’s love of air-conditioners, the electricity used to power them will overburden electrical grids and increase planet-warming emissions.
There’s no single solution for climate change, but there is one that would be more effective than others. What do you think it is?
New efficiency regulations set to go into effect in less than one year
An exclusive interview with AHRI’s Stephen Yurek
“But there’s still a lot more work to do.”
US Department of Energy
Associations, manufacturers, reclaimers hail international phasedown agreement
New York Times