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75F is in the StarTribune!

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Congratulations to 75F, a Cleantech Open alumni, for appearing in the StarTribune! To read the full article, click here.

Business heats up for Burnsville-based building control firm 75F

By: Neal St. Anthony

75F is one fairly hot small business based in often-chilly Minnesota.

Founder Deepinder Singh, a software engineer by training, started brainstorming 75F a decade ago after he was frustrated with his efforts to control the temperature in the baby’s room of his drafty Mankato house.

He now runs a Burnsville company that has 50 employees, has raised several...

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ClearFlame Engines

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ClearFlame Engines: Higher Efficiency, More Power, and Lower Emissions

Moving food, supplies, people, and equipment from where they originate to where they are needed is a fundamental component of the world’s economy and contributor to quality of life. While access to goods is critical, so is access to electricity. Diesel-fueled, compression-ignition (CI) engines, with their robust design, high efficiency, and good torque/power characteristics, have been the backbone of heavy-duty (HD) transportation and stationary electricity generation for decades. These...

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RWEDI Solutions, Inc.

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RWEDI Solutions, Inc. 

By: Jessica Linville, CEO and Founder 

 

The cost of water has nearly doubled in 30 major U.S. cities since 2010. The price of water increased 5% in the last year alone[1]. Water and Sewer cost increases now significantly exceed the costs of other utilities including electricity and natural gas[2]. In a survey conducted in December 2014, 68% of companies surveyed said that water shortages pose a substantive risk to their business and 22% anticipate that issues around water could limit their business’s growth. Of these, one-third expect...

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