Entries by Camille Cruz

Emrgy Partners with 100+ Accelerator Group

ATLANTA, November 14, 2022 — Emrgy announced that it has been selected to be a part of the 100+ Accelerator cohort 4 group. This program was developed by International Breweries Plc, which is AB InBev’s parent company and the world’s largest brewer. As part of this initiative, Coca-Cola, Colgate-Palmolive, and Unilever have been revamping supply […]

Hydropower from a ditch? DOE sees energy potential.

As a decades long drought continues in the U.S. West, a new Department of Energy report suggests existing ditches, pipelines and canals could bolster local hydroelectricity supplies. The study released this month by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory said so-called conduit hydropower — small-scale projects on existing manufactured water infrastructure — could generate as much as 1.4 […]

Emrgy Inc. selected for a project in the TEAMER program supported by the US Department of Energy

ATLANTA, October 3, 2022— The US Testing Expertise and Access to Marine Energy Research (TEAMER) program announces Emrgy as one of the leading projects for working on enhanced modeling of Emrgy turbines. Emrgy, a transformational tech company whose modular turbines harness the power of water into a clean, distributed energy, is in partnership with Sandia […]

Unreasonable Impact organization partners with Emrgy to address key environmental issues and provide new career opportunities in the Americas

ATLANTA, September 30, 2022 — Emrgy, a global water company whose modular turbines harness the power of water to generate clean, distributed energy, teamed up with Unreasonable Impact for the 2022 Fellowship Cohort. This woman-led clean energy company is working with Unreasonable Impact and other growth ventures to reduce carbon emissions globally and address the […]

To the Heartland and Back: Visiting Nebraska’s Irrigation Districts for Emrgy

A core belief of Emrgy’s Business Development mission is the critical importance to personally visit and get to know our prospective clients. It’s vital to ensure we inspect possible sites for our modular hydropower, and it’s even more important to develop trusted relationships with the people we’ll be serving and working with. If we’re going […]