We classify companies in our energy portfolio as those that seek to improve performance, productivity or efficiency, and to reduce environmental impact, waste, cost, energy consumption or raw materials.
ABSMaterials (ABS) develops Osorb®, a swellable glass that absorbs organic toxins for remediation of ground, surface and municipal water contamination.
Bridgelux develops high-power and energy-efficient light emitting diodes (LEDs), arrays and light engines used in solid-state lighting applications.
Cobalt develops technology that allows it to produce biobutanol from a diverse range of non-food feedstocks.
Contour Energy Systems develops next-generation primary and rechargeable batteries enabled by its proprietary fluorine battery chemistries.
Laser Light Engines (LLE) designs, develops and manufactures ultra-high brightness, digitally controlled laser-drive light sources for digital cinema and large venue projection display.
Nano Terra is a nano- and micro-technology development company that develops long-term collaborations with its customers to build significant new business value by applying its interdisciplinary expertise, nano- and micro-technology toolset and knowhow to commercial problems.
Nanosys uses its proprietary zero and one-dimensional nanocrystals to address needs in the display and energy storage markets.
PWAbsorbents (PWA) provides mobile units that treat produced and flow-back water on-site for the oil and natural gas industries.
Solazyme, Inc., transforms low-cost plant sugars into tailored, high-value renewable oils.
Ultora develops low-cost, high-performance supercapacitors.
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