A Hauppauge energy company riding the waves of a leading-edge clean-gen technology is closer than ever to a critical pilot project in the waters off the Philippines.
Sulfcrete has secured nearly $1.2 million in government grants to continue developing concrete that is less damaging to the environment, officials said
New York based technology developer StorEn Technologies Inc (StorEn) and Australian
based Vanadium mine developer Multicom Resources Pty Ltd (Multicom) have entered into
a ground breaking binding agreement.
Round two: Under the guiding hand of Executive Director David Hamilton, Stony Brook University's Clean Energy Business Incubator Program has earned new NYSERDA funding.
A shining star of Stony Brook University’s commercialization and innovation ecosystems is renewing ties with an old friend – and leveraging some fresh international funding – in its efforts to perfect its energy-efficient environmental-control systems.
ThermoLift and Gas Technology Institute (GTI) have engaged in a second contract for collaboration with sponsorship funding from Utilization Technology Development (UTD) – a collaborative partnership of 18 natural gas distribution companiesRead More
New York, June 29, 2017. The American Entrepreneurship Award (AEA), a program created to support start-up businesses and entrepreneurs, has announced the winners of its second annual contest.
An outer-borough biotech with a Long Island lineage is racing to the head of the organic-fertilizer field.
A Stony Brook battery business with European roots has made the cut in a state clean-energy contest.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced eight finalists for the $2.5 million 76West Clean Energy Competition in the Southern Tier. In its second round, 76West is one of the largest competitions in the country that focuses on supporting and growing clean energy businesses.Read More