The New Jersey Science, Innovation and Technology (CCIT) Commission has announced a total of $ 748,000 in seed-funding for 10 New Jersey startups focused on pure technology. The grant is funded by the New Jersey Public Utilities Board’s Pure Tech Seed Grant program, which aims to accelerate research and development in the New Jersey startup economy. The program was created in collaboration with New Jersey Economic Development Authority.

The 10 recipients are working on projects involving the development or testing of clean technologies designed to capture or eliminate greenhouse gases. Funding helps beginners move on to conceptual and prototyping evidence, at which point they can easily attract or attract foreign investors.

The following startups each received an estimated $ 75,000

  • Andaluka Technologies Inc.
  • Arbela Laboratories, Randolph, is creating a platform that consumes methanol to increase volume and reduce biomanufacturing costs.
  • Ion NJ Corporation, Princeton, is developing high-quality mineral materials that can quickly absorb and store carbon dioxide when applied to agricultural soils.
  • Farm to Flame Energy, Carney, provides biomeasable, end-to-end power generation for communities in less developed countries.
  • Greenbull, Hamilton, is developing solar thermal-energy salt separation technology for solar development, agriculture and water industries.
  • NextGen Battery Technologies, L.C. , Somerset, is developing high-voltage, non-combustible solid-state electrolyte for lithium batteries.
  • Princeton Nuer is developing battery-recycling technology for recycling and recycling of boarding, electric vehicles, portable electronics and other energy storage devices.
  • RenewCO2, LLC. , Cranford, is developing an electrochemical process that converts carbon dioxide from fossil fuels into plastic preservatives and other value-added chemicals.
  • SunRay Scientific, LLC., Eatontown, is commercializing advanced adhesives for use in electronics and semiconductor packaging.
  • WeSolar CSP Inc. , Princeton, designs and builds expandable and modular reinforced solar (CSP) power plants for government, utilities, corporations, industry and micro-grid solutions.