Alumni 2018-03-21T15:50:53+00:00

Cascadia CleanTech Accelerator Alumni

Since launching in 2015, the Cascadia CleanTech Accelerator has supported 14 startups. The solutions developed by these companies range from smart irrigation to cloud-based battery charging to indoor air filtration. Learn more about past cohorts below.

Alset Energy Solutions is developing a reliable, secure electronic device that connects to standard water heaters to offer demand response and energy storage capabilities.

ArcEden is pioneering a smarter, greener way to return as nature intended through green cremation and burial opportunities.

Automated Ag Systems (now Limon Engineering Solutions) helps small orchard farmers save water via its integrated website and automated valves that help decrease labor costs and increase water efficiency.

Botanic Air Corp introduced an indoor air quality system built on combining natural technologies proven to virtually eliminate toxic gases and fine particulate matter, reduce carbon dioxide and increase oxygen.

Cloud Instruments is a cloud application and battery charging station that helps battery scientists and engineers innovate cheaper and faster. Its SaaS platform streamlines data processing while the low-cost hardware serves battery startups and STEM educators.

EasyXAFS accelerates cleantech materials innovation by providing instant access to x-ray spectroscopies for the first time. The company’s bench-top, turnkey instruments enable measurements on demand, reducing the learning cycle from years to hours.

HydroStar enables the hydrogen economy. The company’s THOR system for diesel engines saves fuel, reduces emissions and improves lifecycle costs for diesel fleet owners.

Imber Water Treatment developed an onsite, modular, turnkey water treatment and recycling system that reduces commercial building water consumption by as much as 40% with a payback period less than 28 months.

MiCharge offers integrated energy generation storage, and power management system designed to serve growing EV charging infrastructure deployment and local information needs.

Möbius Microfarms grows sustainable, nutrient-dense food year-round, right in the city buildings where people live and work. The company provides live microgreens and compact, closed-loop indoor aquaponics systems to individuals and organizations.

PolyRAP is developing concrete technology for seismic reinforcement and lifespan upgrading along with a geopolymer concrete that is better suited for harsh environments.

Sankofa Lumber is a commercial-scale lumber supplier born from a love of wood, a passion for people, and a belief that business can improve the environment.

SmartVineyards means smart irrigation in every vineyard block. The company delivers actionable data in real time at an affordable price. Use only the water you need, no more, no less.

Wave Engine Solutions reduces existing class 8 truck exhaust emissions and fuel consumption by 15% by reducing fuel energy lost through the exhaust system.

ZILA Works is creating a vertically integrated supply chain by processing industrial hemp for the Pacific Northwest. The company’s flagship product processes hemp into bio-based resins.

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