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Hightex Group Plc is a designer, provider and installer of energy-efficient polymer membrane structures for use by architects and structural engineers. Recent completed projects include the roofs on the new Grandstand at Royal Ascot Racecourse, the passenger concourses at the new Bangkok International Airport, Thailand, and the facade of the Burj-al-Arab Hotel, Dubai. The company has an expanding portfolio of intellectual property in the areas of solar energy generation, solar cooling, heat insulation, and water desalination.
OTEC aims to use the ocean, what they call the "the earth's largest natural solar collector", to produce a renewable source of power and fresh water. The company's customized components are designed to efficiently convert thermal differences between the ocean's surface and deep water into a commercially viable low-temperature power cycle.
Helios Products, LLC is developing a new solar collector for solar thermal systems that will cost far less than existing domestic hot water application panels.
ZenithSolar has developed a modular and easily scalable high concentration photovoltaic system (HCPV). The core technology is based on a unique, optical design that extracts the maximum energy with minimal 'real estate'. The system aims to provide both high amounts of electricity and high temperatures of useful heat - that can address vertical cogeneration applications. Using widely available materials and processes with a vertical integration production practice, ZenithSolar employs very cost effective mass manufacturing capabilities.
Pyron Solar, Inc. manufactures The Pyron Solar Triad, a patented and powerful solar concentrator that harnesses the sun's energy with high-energy conversion and unlimited scalability. In developing the HE Optics System, Pyron Solar engineers have overcome some of the most challenging issues affecting the implementation of solar technology on a wide scale, including solar cell heat transfer, wind, shadow and maintenance issues, and, of course, cost considerations.
NanoSonic is a private company that specializes in the development and manufacture of advanced materials and devices. The company offers a range of products including materials that provide extreme fire protection and ice resistance, as well as sensors and systems. It primarily serves other companies and organizations, offering research and development services with a focus on prototyping and commercialization. It is based in Pembroke, Virginia.