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Oceanit

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Founded Year

2002

Stage

Grant - III | Alive

Total Raised

$4.69M

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$1.6M | 1 yr ago

About Oceanit

Oceanit creates solutions through engineering consulting in civil, coastal, and environmental engineering; information systems consulting; management consulting, including Design Thinking and scientific research.

Headquarters Location

828 Fort Street Mall Suite 600

Honolulu, Hawaii, 96813,

United States

808-531-3017

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Oceanit Patents

Oceanit has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Acoustics
  • Chemical processes
  • Spectroscopy
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/20/2017

10/11/2022

Grant

Application Date

7/20/2017

Grant Date

10/11/2022

Title

Related Topics

Status

Grant

Latest Oceanit News

Hawaii-Based Oceanit to Bring Sweeping Disruptive Innovation to Houston, Global Energy Transformation

Apr 30, 2022

Oceanit’s EDGE (Energy & Decarbonization for the Global Environment) launch coincides with OTC2022 (Offshore Technology Conference) in Houston, TX. Energy efficiency, green hydrogen, sustainable energy, and decarbonization are among top priorities for global energy transformation Download Oceanit Founder and CEO, Dr. Patrick Sullivan is launching EDGE to address climate and energy science (Photo: Business Wire) Oceanit Founder and CEO, Dr. Patrick Sullivan is launching EDGE to address climate and energy science (Photo: Business Wire) April 30, 2022 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time HOUSTON--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Oceanit, the energy and climate innovator, announces the launch of its EDGE (Energy & Decarbonization for the Global Environment) in-house incubator, coinciding with OTC2022. Energy efficiency, hydrogen tech, and decarbonization are among the top EDGE priorities. “To slow climate change impacts on the planet, we must develop sustainable fuels and clean energy technologies, such as hydrogen and geothermal , and radically improve the ways we generate energy today,” said Dr. Patrick Sullivan, Oceanit CEO. “EDGE is our internal incubator where we are taking fresh approaches to improving traditional industry technologies and working at great speed to rethink the entire energy ecosystem.” Oceanit’s energy transformation work will examine four priority areas within the EDGE incubator: Create advanced materials that upgrade efficiency, improve safety, and can be endowed with ‘smart’ responses Build next-gen AI to safeguard and enhance infrastructure and systems Develop decarbonization technologies that capture and store CO2 Enable clean and sustainable energy sources, like green hydrogen Oceanit Breakthroughs HeatX™ surface treatment is a water-based technology for heat transfer surfaces in refineries, power plants, desalination plants, and more. HeatX increases efficiency and protects surfaces from deposition and corrosion while being safe for the environment. On average, 60% of potential energy is currently lost to heat during fossil fuel energy generation — HeatX substantially increases efficiency, reducing carbon emissions. Oceanit’s Scanite™ “smart cement” provides an intelligent monitoring capability for energy producers — improving safety and reliability in natural gas and geothermal wells, while protecting economies and reducing climate impacts on ecosystems and the environment. The U.S. Department of Energy recently selected Oceanit to develop several breakthrough hydrogen technologies. Oceanit’s “HALO” system utilizes directed energy to produce clean hydrogen from wastewater and other waste byproducts produced in industrial business, such as gas production. HydroPel is Oceanit’s nanocomposite formulated to prevent hydrogen embrittlement, enabling transmission of H2 through the U.S.’s already-existing natural gas infrastructure. And the HyDIOS system uses advanced optics and AI to monitor H2/natural gas blends for safe transmission. Through the launch of EDGE and its established agenda for innovation, Oceanit is committing to addressing this era’s most critical challenge — energy transformation and decarbonization for our planet. Oceanit will be demonstrating EDGE technologies at their 2022 Energy Transformation Technology Showcase on May 3rd at Greentown Labs Houston, 4200 San Jacinto Street, at 5:00 pm CDT. 14 Oceanit energy and climate technologies will be demonstrated live. Please contact marketing@oceanit.com to learn more. About Oceanit Oceanit, a “Mind to Market” company, creates disruptive technology from fundamental science and moves these technologies into the marketplace. With headquarters in Honolulu, Oceanit employs approximately 200 scientists, researchers, engineers, and entrepreneurs in Hawai’i, California, Texas, Washington D.C., and beyond. Oceanit practices a proprietary discipline called ‘Intellectual Anarchy’ that reimagines innovation — empowering teams to break down traditional silos, transcend disciplines, and cross-pollinate ideas and expertise. Oceanit creates breakthrough ideas, insights, discoveries, and developments, and through spin-outs, corporate co-development partnerships, licensing, and direct manufacturing, Oceanit delivers the future. For more information, please visit https://www.oceanit.com . Contacts

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Oceanit Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Oceanit founded?

    Oceanit was founded in 2002.

  • Where is Oceanit's headquarters?

    Oceanit's headquarters is located at 828 Fort Street Mall, Honolulu.

  • What is Oceanit's latest funding round?

    Oceanit's latest funding round is Grant - III.

  • How much did Oceanit raise?

    Oceanit raised a total of $4.69M.

  • Who are the investors of Oceanit?

    Investors of Oceanit include U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Hawaii Technology Development, Hawaii Angels, Global Venture Capital and 4 more.

  • Who are Oceanit's competitors?

    Competitors of Oceanit include Axxam, Kedrion, Bridge to Life, Cell Point, MOgene LC, Akron Biotechnology, NGM Biopharmaceuticals, ReInnervate, Bar Harbor BioTechnology, AvidBiotics and 27 more.

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