Manages customized electric vehicle charging station networks to optimize drivers’ charging experiences and provide cost-effective solutions to site owners.
By installing electronic charging stations nationwide, EV Connect is effectively building the low-emissions highway of tomorrow. The launch of its Partner Program and its open-source partnership with competitor Greenlots demonstrates EV Connect’s desire to improve the experience of both site owners and electric vehicle drivers. The company is working toward building relationships with charging station manufacturers, bundling charging solutions, and giving drivers access to charging stations across North America. EV Connect also participated in Time to Vote, a nonpartisan, business-led initiative that helps ensure U.S. employees don't have to forgo their pay to vote.
Provides energy and water management services for real estate owners, investors, and operators, helping to reduce carbon emissions and improve building performance.
In 2020, Bright Power helped its clients reduce their carbon emissions by 356.6 million pounds, which is equivalent to taking nearly 33,000 cars off the road for one year. It also helped its clients reduce their water consumption by more than 2.2 billion gallons, enough water to fill 4,000 Olympic swimming pools. Bright Power works to ensure affordable and safe housing for low-income residents by working with building owners to provide energy- and water-efficient buildings and reduce operating expenses.
Specializes in large-part plastic injection molding for a variety of industries.
This female-run plastic-mold-injection manufacturer and certified B Corp has racked up accolades for its commitment to making plastics environmentally sustainable. An early adopter of antiracist hiring and management practices, Cascade has also become a community leader in equitability--even hiring professional actors from Grand Rapids, Michigan, for regular, instructional reenactments of racial bias occurring at the company. The company recruits from nontraditional talent pools, including the young and the formerly incarcerated, to populate its staff, now at 800-plus workers.
Creates robots to automate experiments, improving collaboration between scientists and allowing them more time to pursue important research questions.
Shortly after the initial Covid-19 outbreak, Opentrons stepped up to fill the gap in testing, both in the U.S. and worldwide. The company partnered with leading scientists and municipal leaders in New York City to open a dedicated testing lab designed to speed up delayed testing results that dramatically reduce the efficacy of tracing and isolation efforts. The lab has run more than two million tests and helped drive down the price per test by over 70 percent, according to the company.
Offers secure design, development, production, and post-market services for companies that make therapeutic and diagnostic active medical devices.
In response to the Covid-19 crisis, Velentium revamped its entire operation in four weeks, allowing Ventec Life Systems—a longstanding client—to partner with General Motors, bringing ventilator production from 200 per month to 10,000 per month. Additionally, in the past 12 months, Velentium's team has been involved in developing devices that enable those with paralysis to walk, help those who suffer from memory issues to regain memory function, give the physically locked-in a voice, and provide relief to people with chronic pain.