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USTAR Funded Projects

Matthew Memmott

Matthew Memmott is developing methods for purifying and producing three essential medical nuclear isotopes from the fuel salt in a molten salt reactor.

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Jan Miller

Jan Miller is creating a new material to compete with Lithium-ion battery solvents. Use of a solid polymer electrolyte will be tested to determine if it improves safety.

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Ceramatec

Ceramatec partnered with the U of U for this project.

Ceramatec is creating adjustable-tint window films with the application of retrofitting commercial and residential buildings to increase energy efficiency

Learn more at www.ceramatec.com

WesTech

WesTech partnered with USU for this project.

WesTech offers equipment and working solutions for water, wastewater and industrial applications. The USTAR IPP grant funds development of a commercial algal application in the removal of nitrogen and phosphorus from municipal wastewater.

Learn more at www.westech-inc.com

Electric Power Systems

Electric Power Systems Partnered with USU for this project.

EP Systems announced relocation to Utah specifically to take advantage of the USTAR Industry Partnership Program, as well as other state programs and opportunities such as working with scientists and engineers at USU. Electric Power Systems announced they will expand manufacturing to Logan Utah, bringing a potential 128 jobs over seven years. EP Systems manufactures lithium-ion energy storage systems that utilize software controls and packaging elements to provides Highly Reliable custom High Voltage battery systems.

Learn more at ep-sys.net

EBM – Emissions Based Maintenance

Emissions Based Maintenance has developed sensor and data analytics that allow for the remote monitoring of diesel engines to reduce pollution, increase gas mileage, and decrease maintenance on diesel trucks.

Learn more at ebmpros.com

OxEon Energy

The OxEon Energy team boasts over 30 years of solid oxide fuel cell development, with the last 10 years focused on the development and improvement of solid oxide electrolyzers. This development history has led to a ruggedized, hermetic stack design that will be capable of utilizing electricity for the production of hydrogen or syngas. The OxEon design will enable energy storage solutions capable of addressing the many challenges facing the integration of renewable energy sources.

Learn more at oxeonenergy.com

Tianbiao Liu

Tianbiao Liu intends to build and test the feasibility of a magnesiumsulphur battery as a rechargeable, economical, and electrochemical energy source.

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Raj Rajamani

Raj Rajamani has created a method of sorting metals of high economic value from scrap metal waste. This innovation increases the recycling capture and reduces waste.

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Marc Maguire

Marc Maguire has pioneered a reinforced plastic composite to sandwich between concrete panels in buildings to increase thermal efficiency and reduce cost.

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Verde

Verde seeks to create renewable energy by pre-treating green and woody waste to more efficiently create a sustainable source of fuel in the form of biomethane.

 

Granite Mountain Technologies

Granite Mountain Technology uses digital circuitry to reduce energy use without compromising performance. This could be transformative for data centers and power plants by reducing expensive energy costs.

Learn more at gmt-semi.com

Helidyne

Founded in 2008, Helidyne is a privately held company headquartered in Washington, Utah. Its primary focus is the development and manufacturing of the planetary rotor expander and its integration into automated “plug-n-play” power generation packages. Initial target markets include offshore oil platforms, waste pressure recovery, and gas processing applications found in the Oil & Gas industry.

Learn more at helidynepower.com

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