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Clean Energy Systems

cleanenergysystems.com

Founded Year

1993

Stage

Series A | Alive

Total Raised

$15.98M

Last Raised

$15M | 1 yr ago

About Clean Energy Systems

Clean Energy Systems specializes in the development of zero-emissions commercial power plants utilizing an oxy-fuel combustion process.

Headquarters Location

3035 Prospect Park Dr, Suite 120

Rancho Cordova, California, 95670,

United States

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Clean Energy Systems Patents

Clean Energy Systems has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Energy conversion
  • Energy recovery
  • Fluid dynamics
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

9/27/2019

9/20/2022

Heat exchangers, Fluid dynamics, Energy conversion, Mechanical engineering, Energy recovery

Grant

Application Date

9/27/2019

Grant Date

9/20/2022

Title

Related Topics

Heat exchangers, Fluid dynamics, Energy conversion, Mechanical engineering, Energy recovery

Status

Grant

Latest Clean Energy Systems News

Bridging The Gap With Affordable Clean Energy Systems For Low-Income Families

Apr 13, 2022

Apr 13, 2022, Got it! Recently, the folks at East Bay Community Energy got to thinking about expanding its services, the better to deliver on its mission: buying clean energy and transmitting it via PG&E infrastructure to communities across the East Bay. BlocPower installs a mini-split air source heat pump in a residential building in Oakland, CA, ... [+] October 21, 2021. BlocPower With that in mind, the four-year-old not-for-profit public agency reached out to BlocPower , a Brooklyn-based company formed in 2014 that retrofits buildings in low-income communities with emission-reducing solar panels and other technology. The result: a just-announced program for low-to-moderate income single-family households already served by EBCE, aimed at electrifying 60 homes in EBCE’s service territory. That includes installing clean heating, cooling and hot water systems, and electric appliances. The goal is to reduce indoor air pollution, improve health outcomes and boost both home values and the ability to withstand extreme weather events. “Our hope is that we are wildly successful and we scale up the program very quickly,” says Nick Chaset, CEO of EBCE. EMBC is providing $1.4 million of low-cost debt plus incentives in the initial phase to help homeowners fund the changes, to be paid back over 15 years. The electrification measures will include everything from heat pump water heaters to window treatments that improve air quality. Bridging the Gap The program will provide new applications for such equipment as ground source heat pumps, which are used to replace old furnaces, according to Chaset. “There hasn’t been as much emphasis by incumbent utilities on switching old gas appliances with new, electric ones,” he says. Gas furnaces are a major source of indoor air pollution, since they inefficiently burn natural gas and that combustion can impact air quality. MORE FOR YOU

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Clean Energy Systems Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Clean Energy Systems founded?

    Clean Energy Systems was founded in 1993.

  • Where is Clean Energy Systems's headquarters?

    Clean Energy Systems's headquarters is located at 3035 Prospect Park Dr, Suite 120, Rancho Cordova.

  • What is Clean Energy Systems's latest funding round?

    Clean Energy Systems's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Clean Energy Systems raise?

    Clean Energy Systems raised a total of $15.98M.

  • Who are the investors of Clean Energy Systems?

    Investors of Clean Energy Systems include Carbon Direct, Paycheck Protection Program, Worthington Energy and Quadrise Canada.

  • Who are Clean Energy Systems's competitors?

    Competitors of Clean Energy Systems include Terra-Gen, FlexEnergy, Propel Fuels, Resolute Marine Energy, Orient Green Power and 11 more.

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