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Investments and Initiatives A to Z

Here's an alphabetical list of all of the businesses, projects and activities in which the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund has invested. For lists of investments by type, see Equity/Debt, Education, Requests for Proposals (RFPs), Industry Reports, and Sponsorships.

Acumentrics Corporation
14 Southwest Park
Westwood, MA 02090-1548
(781) 461-8251
(781) 461-1261 - Fax

Acumentrics Corporation, a privately owned company based in Westwood, Mass., is a leading developer of new technologies for distributed power generation and premium power markets. Acumentrics' unique and proprietary natural gas fueled, tubular solid-oxide fuel cell systems are designed for on-site power generation and premium power. Acumentrics' high-speed, flywheel-based and battery based uninterruptible power supplies are designed to enhance power quality
www.acumentrics.com


Sure Power Corporation
30 Main Street, Suite 405
Danbury, CT 06810
(203) 790-8996
(203) 743-2182 - Fax

Sure Power Corporation, headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut, is the developer of an on-site primary power plant supplying computer-grade electricity and chilling at high availability levels. The Company designs the System according to Probabilistic Risk Assessment principles to have a one percent chance of failure over the twenty-year System life. Its Direct Current Link electricity distribution system allows can use multiple generators of various types such as turbines, fuel cells and gas reciprocating engines in standard configurations in which no single component can cause failure. Unlike Alternating Current solutions, the only technology in use, the System allows all generators to supply all loads at all times without switching. The System is modular and scaleable, without disturbing operations, from 200 kilowatts to tens of megawatts. Sure Power takes the responsibility to operate and maintain the System during its life. Due to its unique architecture and DC Link electricity distribution system, Sure Power guarantees that its patented system will deliver computer grade electricity at the 99.9999 percent availability level, equivalent to a one percent chance of failure over 20 years. Sure Power backs this guaranty with insurance. The SurePower system costs less than current grid-plus-back-up solutions. Sure Power provides users with substantially increased uptime, allowing for higher revenues and eliminating unexpected losses from power disruptions.
www.hi-availability.com


Connecticut Renewable Energy
2 Enterprise Drive, Suite 330
Shelton, CT 06484
(203) 929-3978
(203) 925-0887 - Fax

The Connecticut Renewable Energy LLC biomass gasification project will redevelop a Waterbury, CT brownfield site for a gasification plant capable of producing 4.1 million decatherms of renewable methane gas per year. As a Class I renewable energy source, the facility will produce the equivalent of 60 MW of electricity in the form of renewable methane. The gasifier will be fueled by land clearing brush, wood chips and other clean biomass materials harvested from around the state. These materials would otherwise be destined for the state's landfills. The renewable methane gas may be then sold to producers of "green certified" electricity. The gas may also be sold directly to the Local Distribution Company. The project will take a non-productive brownfield site and generate clean energy as well as tax revenues for the city of Waterbury


Renova Engineering, P.C.
60 Westbury Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301
(718) 981-3582

The Renova sawmill biomass gasificatoin project will deploy small air blown downdraft gasifiers capable of producing low BTU gas to generate 100-300 kW of electricity at small to midsize sawmills. Sawmill waste residue comprised of wood chips and sawdust fuel the gasifier. This clean energy technology produces no waste and may be flexibly sized to meet the electrical and heating needs for the nearly 40 identified sawmills in Connecticut.


Solar Dynamics, Inc.
17A Herman Drive
Simsbury, CT 07060
(860) 527-6461
(860) 658-2345 - Fax

Solar Dynamics is a leader in the development, manufacture and distribution of portable solar power systems for remote, off grid applications.

Through versatile product platforms and focus on specific applications, users have added control over their source of power. With offices currently in Connecticut and Massachusetts, Solar Dynamics is developing a worldwide network to deliver portable power solutions to a wide range of markets.
www.solar-dynamics.com


Energetech Australia Pty. Ltd.
1 The Avenue
Randwick NSW 2031
AUSTRALIA
612 9326 4237
612 9326 6277 - Fax

Energetech Australia, headquarted in Sydney, Australia, is a renewable energy company. Energetech's founder has developed a new system for extracting energy from ocean waves and converting it to electricity. The technology will make it possible for wave energy to provide an economically competitive, sustainable source of power to grid-connected and remote power users. Connecticut is host to Energetech America, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Energetech Australia, located in Deep River, Connecticut.
www.energetech.com


Green Mountain Energy
3815 Capital of Texas Highway South
Suite 100
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 691-6100
(512) 691-6151 - Fax

Green Mountain Energy Company provides electricity generated from sources including wind, solar, water, geothermal, biomass, and natural gas. More than half a million customers in California, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Texas have chosen Green Mountain Energy electricity -- electricity that is dramatically cleaner than typical system power in those states. Recently, the company launched operations in New York. The Austin, Texas-based company was founded five years ago with a mission to "change the way power is made."
www.greenmountain.com


Northeast Renewable Energy, LLC
110 Kimball Avenue, Suite 200
South Burlington, VT 05403
(802) 846-1240
(802) 846-1247 - Fax

Northeast Renewable Energy, LLC, a joint venture with enXco, was formed to undertake feasibility studies necessary to evaluate and recommend worthy energy projects for the generation of electricity using renewable energy for the benefit of Connecticut residents. enXco, is not only an experienced wind project developer, but is also one of the world's largest independent providers of operation and maintenance services to the wind industry. Currently, enXco operates and maintains over 3,000 turbines. In addition, enXco currently owns approximately 200 MW of wind energy projecs.
www.enxco.com

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