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Hycarb

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Stage

Unattributed | Alive

Total Raised

$150K

Last Raised

$150K | 6 yrs ago

About Hycarb

HyCarb is a Florida-based, for-profit, woman-owned small business, headquartered at the University of Central Florida Business Incubator in Research Park. HyCarb is developing batteries, super-capacitors, fuel cells, solar panels, sensors, catalysts, filters and transistors.

Headquarters Location

Central Florida Research Park 3259 Progress Drive

Orlando, Florida, 32826,

United States

970-596-2596

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Expert Collections containing Hycarb

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Hycarb is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Energy Storage.

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This collection includes large and small energy storage technology, from grid-scale molten salt containers to small, thin-film lithium-ion batteries.

H

Hydrogen Energy Tech

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Startups in this collection are developing solutions to lower the cost and commercialize the use of hydrogen as a low carbon fuel for heat, manufacturing, fuel cell electric vehicles, seasonal energy storage, and energy transport.

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Semiconductors, Chips, and Advanced Electronics

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Companies in this collection develop everything from microprocessors to flash memory, integrated circuits specifically for quantum computing and artificial intelligence to OLED for displays, massive production fabs to circuit design firms, and everything in between.

Hycarb Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Hycarb's headquarters?

    Hycarb's headquarters is located at Central Florida Research Park, Orlando.

  • What is Hycarb's latest funding round?

    Hycarb's latest funding round is Unattributed.

  • How much did Hycarb raise?

    Hycarb raised a total of $150K.

  • Who are Hycarb's competitors?

    Competitors of Hycarb include Ecolectro, Pajarito Powder, Nexceris, Celadyne, E-Material-Technic and 9 more.

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Celadyne

Celadyne is developing anocomposite membranes for high-performance electrolyzers and fuel cells with simple heat and water management.

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Ecolectro

Ecolectro is making polymers for fuel cells, robust anion transport membranes, electrolyzers, redox flow batteries, water desalination, and more. Ecolectro offers a group of polymers with high mechanical strength, high anionic conductivity, and high chemical stability. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Ithaca, New York.

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Celcibus

Celcibus manufactures components for hydrogen fuel cells (PEMFC) intended to facilitate the global use of fuel cells through metal-free catalyst technology. The company's products are fossil-free and can be used as a sustainable alternative to power all electrical applications, enabling energy consumers to use alternative energy affordably.

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Nexceris

Nexceris, fka NexTech, has established a reputation for innovation and performance through its development of ceramic materials and components. Specifically, the company's team of scientists and engineers has developed , high volume processes to manufacture the active components of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) utilizing the company's electrolyte and electrode materials. NexTech has recently moved its operations into a 56,000 square foot facility and has begun offering SOFC components commercially. In addition the company are developing catalysts and sensors for fuel processing applications. NexTech's advanced fuel cell and catalyst materials have been sold to over 160 customers worldwide and are available from the company's Fuel Cell Materials division via its website, www.fuelcellmaterials.com. The company welcome inquiries for quantity contracts.

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Precision Combustion

Precision Combustion is a company that received a Department of Defense SBIR/STTR grant for a project entitled: Compact Stable Low Residence Time Inter-Turbine Combustor. The abstract given for this project is as follows: PCI proposes a novel reformer/injector system for aviation fuel combustion that offers the ability to produce compact/low residence time combustion at high efficiency. This technology offers a simple, light-weight, compact and cost-effective design providing stable combustion with low emissions in two stages for gas turbine engines. In the first stage, the Liquid to Gaseous Fuel Reformer will gasify and partially reform the liquid aviation fuel. The resulting enhanced reactivity gas will, in the second stage, be combusted in a novel, compact, low emissions combustor. The combustor residence time will be shorter than in a traditional combustor through vaporization in the reformer and the reduction in flame length/residence time due to combustion of a highly reactive gas. Reduced in-engine residence time, allows application in tight engine train space requirements (small aircraft, UAV, interturbine burner) with increased efficiency and reduced emissions. During Phase I, PCI will show feasibility of the reformer/injector system by analyzing reactivity enhancement through fuel reforming and predicting ability of the injector to stabilize short residence time combustion. Phase II would extend the analysis by performing subscale and full scale testing of the system with eventual demonstration in a high pressure test rig.BENEFIT:This technology would have applications in military and commercial subsonic/supersonic engines by allowing reduction of combustor size and lowering gaseous emissions such as NOx, carbon monoxide and unburned hydrocarbons. This technology will be of benefit in the field of interturbine combustors for system efficiency improvements. Other applications include improvements to liquids reforming technology for fuel cell power generation systems and to low residence time combustion systems for power generation combustion systems (such as microturbines used in distributed generation) among others. Precision Combustion is a company that received a Department of Defense SBIR/STTR grant for a project entitled: Flameless Combustion for Kitchen Appliances. The abstract given for this project is as follows: PCI proposes a novel recuperated Microlith flameless catalytic combustion system technology for a hot surface cooktop module fueled with JP8. The design integrates several innovations to enable complete flameless combustion without coking and with very high heating efficiency (>75% griddle heat release to LHV fuel thermal content). The technology builds on prior company successes with compact logistics fuel processing and compact burners. Compared to current MBUs, the result will be a much lower fuel requirement with attendant net cost, volume and weight savings, and reduced logistics burden. The catalytic combustion system will have reduced emissions and noise, and longer life. Phase I will produce a bench scale prototype demonstrating proof of concept and stated performance objectives including 75%+ thermal efficiency and 100 hours of operation. Precision Combustion is a company that received a Department of Defense SBIR/STTR grant for a project entitled: Micro-ignition Components for Heavy Fuel Engines. The abstract given for this project is as follows: Precision Combustion, Inc. (PCI) proposes a durable miniature catalytic glow plug as an enabling component for the use of heavy fuels in small, high power density engines for unmanned applications. The use of heavy fuels in such engines will have a major impact on availability of fuel supplies for such small engines while also reducing fuel consumption through the gains in efficiency inherent to high compression engine operation. The hot, reactive catalytic surface of the catalytic glow plug will allow ignition of fuel-air mixtures at lower surface temperatures and compression ratios than required for non-catalytic hot surface igniters, and at extended conditions. This will expand the envelope of durable ignition and operation, and will provide a range of enabling benefits for heavy fuel use, including more rapid starting and better operability, lower required compression ratio, improved ignitor life, reduced energy requirement, and overall reduction in system weight and size compared to higher voltage ignition systems. It will help enable heavy fuel use in unmanned applications, support increased fuel economy, and reduce system cost. PCI's work will build on substantial prior development of catalytic ignition systems. Precision Combustion is a company that received a Department of Defense SBIR/STTR grant for a project entitled: Economical Power Source for Dismounted Soldier and Unattended Ground Sensor Missions. The abstract given for this project is as follows: The Army has identified a need for low (<20 We) power systems for the Unmanned Ground Sensor (UGS) and Dismounted Soldier (DS) applications. Precision Combustion, Inc. (PCI) has developed a microscale-burner with successful technology from Palm Power, DoD CERDEC and SBIR programs, and is proposing to develop component and system level designs to exceed the capabilities of current battery technology by optimizing parameters for our catalytic combustor combined with thermoelectric modules already proven in military applications. In order to overcome the key hurdles, PCI is proposing a design and sensitivity study to define performance requirements of system components that meet the stringent performance and operational requirements of microburners. Mesh-like Microlith catalytic substrates will be utilized to realize benefits from the short-contact-time technology's compact size, its diffusive capabilities to boost mixing, and its high surface area to augment vaporization. Capabilities of current and developing thermoelectric systems and Balance of Plant components will be evaluated as part of the overall integrated power generation system design studies. If successful, a low cost system which exceeds the baseline performance of military BB-8180/U Zinc-air batteries will be defined. The Phase II program will demonstrate the most promising systems.

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