- Applied Biorefinery Sciences LLC, a spinoff of SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, working on extracting oil substitutes from woody biomass;
- Cameron Manufacturing & Design, of Horseheads, a metal-fabricating company working with Clarkson University to design energy-saving filters for clean rooms;
- EvPlugSite, of Syracuse, a developer of software to control electric-vehicle charging;
- Orthogonal, Inc., of Ithaca, a Cornell University spinoff that has developed a novel process for making energy-efficient organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs); and
- The Eraser Company, of Mattydale, a manufacturer that will produce street lights powered by solar panels and windmills.
For more information, including a spectacular photo showing installation of a wind turbine developed by Impact Technologies, a member of the Cleantech Center's first class, see the Syracuse.com website of the Post-Standard.