Imagen Energy receives up to $75,000 state grant

Glendale-based Imagen Energy has received up to $75,000 to commercialize its innovations. The company creates advanced technology used to make energy storage systems more efficient. Its 150 kW energy storage system with integrated battery string inverter can reduce the system cost by 60 percent and reduce the size of the system by 10 times.

The other companies receiving up to $75,000 grants are: Madison-based GoDx Inc., Fitchburg based Stem Pharm, Marshfield-based Microscopy Innovations LLC, Platteville-based Photonic Cleaning Technologies, and Madison-based Proteovista LLC.

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. and the University of Wisconsin-Extension’s Center for Technology Commercialization launched the SBIR Advance matching grant program in 2014, and have now awarded $4.15 million to 56 Wisconsin companies...    ...more

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