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About Blue Power Home Networks

Blue Power Home Networks is a stealth mode start-up

Headquarters Location

Hanover, New Hampshire,

United States



Blue Power Home Networks Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Blue Power Home Networks's headquarters?

    Blue Power Home Networks's headquarters is located at Hanover.

  • Who are Blue Power Home Networks's competitors?

    Competitors of Blue Power Home Networks include Concepts NREC, Inetec, Garbrook Knowledge Resources, Peregrine Power, Resolute Marine Energy and 7 more.


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Concepts NREC

Concepts NREC is a company that focuses on improving the design and manufacturability of turbomachinery in the industrial sector. The company offers services such as designing turbomachinery, providing software for designing and manufacturing turbomachinery, manufacturing turbomachinery, and offering training on how to design turbomachinery. The company primarily serves sectors such as aerospace and aviation, consumer goods, industrial, oil and gas, refrigeration, renewable energy, space propulsion, and transportation. It is based in White River Junction, Vermont.

Electrochemical Systems

Electrochemical Systems, Inc. is a Knoxville, TN based company that has received a grant(s) from the Department of Energy's SBIR/STTR program. The abstract(s) for these grant award(s) are provided as well since they provide insights into Electrochemical Systems, Inc.'s business and areas of expertise. This project will develop high energy battery. This battery will store energy from various sources of energy including renewable sources of energy more economically and reliably than presently available systems.

Garbrook Knowledge Resources

Garbrook Knowledge Resources is a company that received a SBIR Phase I grant for a project entitled: Targeted Information Products Built from a Curated Knowledge Base. Their project addresses the problem of integrating advanced computational and curation techniques. Curated knowledge resources are important in fields like genomics, but have not yet made a significant impact in other fields like renewable energy. The purpose of a curated knowledge product is to provide comprehensive, non-redundant, concise, and unbiased information in a field where information is otherwise scattered and hard for users to gather objectively. Garbrook has built an encyclopedic knowledge base, the Advanced Biofuels Resource, to organize scientific, commercial, and policy-related information for the Biofuels community. This proposal will develop automated methods to produce multiple targeted information products from such a resource. For many users of technical, commercial, and policy information, the information landscape is cluttered and confusing. The Internet now contains a wide variety of newsletters, trade association sites, blogs, and other media reports, in addition to scholarly publications, consulting reports, white papers from policy organizations, and government sites. The solution to this problem is not more sites, but a new standard for curated knowledge resources to reduce the clutter. Garbrook proposes to build technology to automatically segment curated matter to establish a comprehensive resource into targeted knowledge products suitable for various sectors of the community. Combining its computational technology and its ability to train agent curators, Garbrook is positioned to build additional knowledge products in the future for topics related to energy and the environment.

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Fulcrum BioEnergy

Fulcrum BioEnergy provides ethanol production in the United States. The company focuses on developing, owning, and operating efficient, environmentally responsible facilities that convert municipal solid waste and other waste products to a much-needed low-cost, reliable, and environmentally clean renewable transportation fuel. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Pleasanton, California.

Proton OnSite

Proton OnSite is a leading manufacturer in the on-site gas generator industry. The company's main offering includes the production of safe, reliable, and cost-effective on-site gas generators. These products primarily cater to sectors that require on-site gas generation. It was founded in 1996 and is based in Wallingford, Connecticut. Proton OnSite operates as a subsidiary of NEL.


Terra-Gen operates as a renewable energy company. The company focuses on the development, ownership, and operation of utility-scale wind, geothermal, and solar generation facilities. Its primary customers are in the energy infrastructure industry. It was founded in 2007 and is based in New York, New York.


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