Emrgy signed an agreement with GE Renewable Energy to partner for the manufacturing and sales of Emrgy’s solution. Through this partnership, Emrgy’s hydropower turbines will be manufactured at a GE manufacturing facility, and GE will also begin to offer Emrgy’s product among their suite of hydropower solutions in select markets worldwide. Founder and CEO of […]
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Disruptive hydropower tech innovator collaborates with established renewable energy industry leader ATLANTA, July 24, 2019 – Emrgy Inc., the tech innovator whose modular turbines harness the power of water as a clean, distributed energy resource, signed an agreement with GE Renewable Energy about Emrgy’s Micro Hydrokinetic technology. Through this partnership, Emrgy’s hydropower turbines will be […]
Solar and wind power have exploded in popularity in recent years as facilities have become cheaper to build, but up until now, this has not been true of a third renewable power source, hydropower. This is primarily because hydropower relies on large installations that require civil construction. A startup called Emrgy is seeking to change […]
Distributed hydropower innovator taps irrigation and energy veteran to drive adoption among utilities ATLANTA, May 30, 2019 — Emrgy, the tech innovator whose modular turbines harness the power of water as a clean, distributed energy resource, has rounded out the business development team with a new leader, Bob Gills. A 30-year sales and management veteran, […]
Emrgy, Inc. was featured by Invest Atlanta promoting the demonstration of hydropower in urban water utility infrastructure. Emily Morris, Founder & CEO of Emrgy, was interviewed for IA’s Executive Corner, praising their stewardship in conversations with a City Department most relevant for demonstrating emrgy’s turbine technology.
The book Drawdown, edited by Paul Hawken, lists the top 100 things humanity can do to limit global warming. Number 48 on that list is in-stream hydro. Unlike other renewable energy sources, it is capable of producing electricity continuously 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Emrgy has developed a self-contained plug-n-play in-stream hydro […]
Large hydropower long has been plagued by expensive civil engineering costs, lengthy project timelines and ecosystem destruction. Emrgy’s solution is plug-and-play: the modular parts are pre-fabricated with no civil engineering required. It’s low impact — no concrete is poured into water. And it can be installed in a matter of days. Emrgy’s customers are water […]
“I’m ecstatic,” said Emily Morris, CEO of Emrgy Inc.“To see this first turbine installed is an incredible milestone.” After years of careful planning and precise calculations, the first-ever use of hydropower in a shallow, slow-moving waterway in Colorado will soon be ready for business. “We already have seven hydropower plants in our system, mostly at […]
Georgia’s Top Startup Award winners were announced Thursday, February 23, 2017 at the 24th annual Marketing Awards for Excellence at the Georgia Aquarium. Four winners and three finalists were recognized for innovations developed or launched in 2016, and two winners and five finalists were recognized for the third annual Georgia’s Top Startup Awards. Emrgy was […]