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Last updated on Thursday, June 16, 2016, 1:14 pm

Corey Thompson, founder and chief technology officer of WattGlass LLC.

WattGlass Makes a Breakthrough

Fayetteville startup WattGlass LLC has been announced as one of five winners of the SunRISE TechBridge Challenge, a breakthrough that could further develop its technology and shorten time to market. The award is sponsored by research and development organization Fraunhofer TechBridge, a leading research institute for solar technologies, and partners that include Royal DSM, a global leader in coatings, and Greentown Labs, a clean-tech and clean energy incubator in Massachusetts. The awards for each of the five early-stage companies include incubation and acceleration programs at Greentown Labs, technical validation services from the Fraunhofer research and development network and eligibility for a DSM partnership and/or venture investment. WattGlass, a Genesis Technology Incubator... [ MORE ]

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