This conference will enable MRTS to describe how the Binary Fluid Ejector being designed can have positive impact on the Clean Water needs of Alberta.
Alberta Innovates Industry r&D Associates addresses the increasing research and development (R&D) personnel needs of Alberta industry. MRTS is grateful to Alberta Innovates for its continued support.
The Cleantech Open (www.cleantechopen.org), the world’s largest cleantech accelerator, has announced the seven regional finalists that will represent the California region at the national competition in November. These seven innovative entrepreneurial teams were selected from an elite group of 39 cleantech startups that competed in the California Region competition.
May-Ruben Technologies won the Regional Sustainability Award, an honor given to the team that most effectively incorporated a triple-bottom-line approach to scaling its business. The company has developed a thermally driven heat pump that can increase the energy efficiency of industrial processes such as process heating and cooling, drying, evaporation and distillation.
May-Ruben Technologies (MRT) today announced that their "clean-tech" Binary Fluid Ejector (BFE) has been selected to receive a $569,000 development grant from Alberta’s Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC).
Congratulations! May Ruben Technologies and May Ruben Energy Solutions were identified by the NREL Growth Forum selection committee as compelling business proposals. The selection committee offers you one presenting spot at the 23rd NREL Industry Growth Forum held October 19 – 21, 2010 in Denver, CO. The NREL Forum is the premier event to maximize the exposure of innovative cleantech companies to venture capital, corporate investors, and strategic partners.