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Meet Our Newest CEBIP Clients

Clean energy developments come in several forms. Two of CEBIP’s newest client companies are pursuing meaningful solutions to fuel cell efficiencies and carbon reduction. Please welcome MEAn Technology and Urban Freight.

Mean Technology 
uses a proprietary method to coat fuel cell membranes prior to manufacturing with catalytic nanoplatelets. This technology can boost fuel cell power output by a potential of 40% and decreasing costs by 37% for fuel cells of equal power. Applications are to be utilized for transportation, auxiliary, portable and stationary power needs. MEAn hopes to produce and/or license the technology.

The Urban Freight
sustainable last mile delivery system will take up to 1,000 trucks off Manhattan streets every day. The system will significantly increase the efficiency of inbound freight shipments and provide delivery service to congested downtown districts without trucks entering the city. The new system uses proprietary shipping technology to leverage untapped capacity in New York City’s existing infrastructure to lower local delivery costs, reduce carbon emissions, reduce traffic congestion and improve public safety.


Insights into the CEBIP Board of Directors

- Jon Longtin, Ph.D., P.E. Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering

Jon Longtin, PhD has been a professor at Stony Brook University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering since 1996, with his research interests ranging from energy conservation, transfer and storage, and monitoring and diagnostics to laser materials processing and the development...



Improving a Centuries-Old Material to Meet Today’s Needs

- Bill Biamonte, Co-Founder, SulfCrete

“This is really a high-tech disruptive technology and it’s going to change the way concrete can be made.” It’s a strong statement from William Biamonte, co-founder of Green SulfCrete, Inc., but an accurate way of describing the process responsible for the “next-gen” concrete—a...



Balancing Getting to Market with Innovation

- Tinia Pina, CEO/Founder, Re-Nuble

Every founder is asked daily why he or she started his or her company. For many, it was the result of experiencing very acute personal relationships with the pain point attempting to be resolved. The need was relatable, and therefore the founders could lead product development, design, and customer development...


CEBIP in the News 

2016 CEBIP Holiday Dinner

“CEBIP brings the holiday here in style.”

- David Hamilton, Executive Director at CEBIP

Spotlighting ‘Dark Data,’ And Other It Inefficiencies


Patents, Possibilities Piling Up At Energystics


CEBIP Sees A Possible Future In NYSERDA Fund


AERTC Firm Nabs Superconductivity Stipend



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