NEW YORK — The Clean Fight New York has announced nine companies will join its inaugural program to help accelerate New York’s building decarbonization and energy efficiency in the next decade.

The following companies have been selected for The Clean Fight to advance their technologies in New York State:

  • 75F
  • BlocPower
  • CarbonCure Technologies
  • Enertiv
  • enVerid Systems
  • iHandal Energy Solutions
  • Peak Power
  • Phase Change Energy Solutions
  • Radiator Labs

“Our partners are not backing down from their sustainability goals, despite the impacts on the real-estate industry from COVID-19,” said Kate Frucher, managing director of The Clean Fight. “They’re taking the long view, leaning in and supporting the innovations that will help their businesses and others decarbonize.”

“Companies selected for The Clean Fight will bring new technologies to New York State and we look forward to their partnership in helping to deliver the innovation we need to increase sustainability, reduce harmful emissions, and create healthier spaces for all New Yorkers,” said Doreen M. Harris, acting president and CEO of NYSERDA.Empowering building owners and operators with tools that offer benefits to residents through lower energy costs and improved air quality while scaling up equitable access to clean energy moves us closer to achieving the goals of Governor Cuomo’s nation-leading climate and clean energy agenda under the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act.”

Each of the selected companies is eligible for a range of tailored benefits, including:

  • Up to $500,000 per company in non-dilutive grants, capped at $1.25M for the program
  • Hands-on matchmaking with corporate partners and investors
  • Tailored technical support worth $30k per company
  • Assistance navigating the New York market from top regulators and industry experts
  • No equity stake taken

This initial focus on building decarbonization is the first of a multi-step effort by The Clean Fight to target major sources of greenhouse gas emissions in the Empire State.

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