U.S. Rep. Maffei joins Cleantech Center at Tech Garden in announcing first batch of clean-energy companies admitted to incubation program

U.S. Rep. Dan Maffei joined the Cleantech Center at our supporting member the Syracuse Technology Garden in announcing the first round of nine upstate companies admitted to the NYSERDA-sponsored clean-energy incubator. The admitted companies and their technology/market focus areas are:

  • Antek, of Syracuse, advanced solar cells
  • GoVo Biofuels, a Tech Garden tenant, biodiesel 
  • Greenview, of Utica, energy management software
  • Impact Technologies, of Syracuse, vertical wind
  • Innovation Fuels, The Tech Garden, biofuels
  • IntelliSyn, a Syracuse University spinoff, butanol
  • microGen, West Henrietta, MEMS-based energy harvesting
  • Paper Battery, Troy, advanced batteries
  • SolarNovar, Plattsburgh, electro-mechanical tracking for solar cells

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