Wednesday, January 16, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM MST
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The Cleantech Canadian Technology Accelerator: Day of Acceleration in Denver on January 16th 

As part of the Canadian Technology Accelerator (CTA) program, Innosphere along with the Colorado Cleantech Industries Association (CCIA), and the Consulate General of Canada will be hosting seven compelling Canadian clean technology companies on January 16th in Denver!

Join us for this networking reception to hear short pitches from each company. Food and drinks provided. Please be sure to register below.

The CTA (Canadian Technology Accelerator) provides high potential Canadian technology companies with an opportunity to access the unique resources in the Rocky Mountain region to help them grow at a global scale. The program is sponsored by the Consulate General of Canada in partnership with Innosphere.

Featured Companies Include:

Seven Canadian Cleantech companies will be presenting for 5 minutes

iGEN Technologies
The creators of a self-powered natural gas furnace called the i2 Hybrid Smart Furnace. The i2 furnace has a unique system that uses natural gas to generate electricity and heat for use in the home. Built in Canada for the North American market, the self-powered i2 Hybrid Smart Furnace is a retrofit and new install ready replacement for existing residential natural gas furnaces. The production of both heat and electricity gives the unit a price advantage over conventional high efficiency furnaces, the unit provides critical power supply during a power outage, and the unit boasts an overall efficiency that is greater than existing high-efficiency furnaces. http://igentechnologies.ca/ 

Solistra Corporation
Solistra’s technology is a process that uses solar energy to convert greenhouse gases into sustainable fuels, like methanol, in a system that is widely flexible and can serve both large industrial emitters and small remote communities equally. https://www.solistra.ca/ 

Evercloak Inc.
Evercloak is commercializing a manufacturing platform for producing continuous, large-area, monolayers of exfoliated 2D nanomaterials, including graphene, graphene oxide, molybdenum disulfide, and carbon nanotubes. These films are increasingly used for a wide range of applications such as energy storage, smart packaging, electronic devices, corrosion inhibitors, and membranes. Evercloak’s novel manufacturing process is more energy-efficient and aims to be dramatically less costly than less robust applications like CVD, with ability to combine nanomaterials inks and coat a variety of substrates. https://www.linkedin.com/in/evelynallen/?originalSubdomain=ca 

Biome Renewables Inc.
Creators of the PowerCone. The PowerCone is a turbine retrofit that channels incoming wind onto the blades to address root leakage. The result is not just more power, but power from a place where no bigger blade or smarter software can find it. https://www.biome-renewables.com/ 

SeeO2 Energy Inc.
SeeO2 Energy Inc. is a cleantech company formed in 2018 focused on efficiently converting carbon dioxide into marketable and clean value-added fuels and chemicals using reversible fuel-cell technology. http://seeo2energy.com/ 

Summit Nanotech Corp
Summit Nanotech’s current focus is on improving processes for extracting lithium carbonate, uptaking and utilizing atmospheric CO2 in the process and recycling energy. Their main motivation is to manufacture modular commercial solutions. https://www.summitnanotech.ca/ 

Aurea Technologies
Creators of Shine. The Shine turbine is a smart, portable, lightweight wind energy device. Its human-centered design makes it small enough to be carried in a backpack with its collapsible blades and simple set up. http://aureatechnologies.com/