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120Water is the fastest growing digital water company in the country. Our platform is a turnkey solution that makes drinking water and wastewater program management and compliance simple. Our mission is to transform the water industry by enabling government agencies, public water systems, and facilities to easily manage their drinking water or wastewater programs.
Actionfigure provides software that helps people make smarter decisions about transportation, save time and get around cities more sustainably. Our analytics also help commercial real estate owners and workplace occupiers capitalize on location using Motional Intelligence: insight into how people move to, from, and around their properties.
Allume is an Australian company making solar accessible to multi-metered buildings. With electricity prices more than doubling in the past ten years, solar has become an increasingly compelling option to reduce power bills and carbon footprints. Millions of households and businesses now enjoy the benefits of rooftop solar panels. However, due to the technical and regulatory obstacles of multi-dwelling buildings, apartment residents have been left behind. Allume has developed a unique distribution technology, called the SolShare, that shares solar electricity between residents in a multi-metered building. Delivering cheap clean power to residents.
Amber Kinetics is a low cost flywheel energy storage system, developing a flywheel system from sub-scale research prototype to full-scale mechanical flywheel battery and will conduct both a commercial-scale and a utility-scale demonstration. Amber Kinetics’ aim is to deliver a cost-effective prototype flywheel system that can be grid connected and electrically charged and discharged. The system has built-in sensing components that determines frequency and voltage characteristics of the grid and overrides the grid signal to manage the amount of electricity discharged.
Ambri is an early stage company commercializing a low cost energy storage solution, known as the Liquid Metal Battery (LMB). Ambri will change the way electric grids are operated worldwide by enabling the more widespread use of renewable generation like wind and solar, reducing power prices and increasing system reliability. Ambri's LMB technology was invented in the lab of Dr. Donald Sadoway, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The research on campus has been supported by the DOE's ARPA-E program, the French energy company Total, the Deshpande Center, and the Chesonis Family Foundation. Ambri was founded in 2010 with the goal of commercializing the technology. Ambri's investors include Khosla Ventures, Bill Gates, Total, KLP Enterprises and GVB.
Ampaire, Inc. is developing high performance, zero emission aircraft to transform the landscape of aviation. With key innovations in energy storage, propulsion, and aircraft architecture, our team is maximizing the potential of the aircraft industry.
AMPLY Power provides commercial fleet operations a charging-as-a-service approach to help fleets transaction to electric vehicles. It delivers a scalable solution for EV Fleet Charging, as a fleet moves from a pilot project to production scale, that accelerates the zero-emission goals of the business and the EV fleet managers. The company wasfounded in 2018 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.
Bandwagon is a corporation that builds transportation software and systems that increase the efficiency of for-hire vehicle fleets, and increase the connectivity of these fleets with traditional transit systems. Bandwagon also offers transportation strategy consulting to large organizations, municipalities and transportation management agencies.
Bidgely is the indispensable innovation partner for UtilityAI. Bidgely’s patented disaggregation technology unlocks opportunities for utilities to optimize shareholder value, personalize customer engagement, and modernize grid operations. With more than 15M homes under contract, Bidgely is the choice of leading utilities, Learn more at bidgely.com.
Biki is Honolulu’s new transportation system, brought to you by Bikeshare Hawaii. Launched in late June 2017, Biki has 1,000 bikes at 100 conveniently located self-service “Biki Stops” from Chinatown to Diamond Head. Biki bikes are designed to be easy to maneuver, comfortable and fun to ride, while accommodating riders of all sizes. Honolulu is the first city in the world to have this new generation of bike.