April 30, 2017: Combined Energies Exhibits at Hydrogen + Fuel Cells 2017
In April, Combined Energies participated in the 2017 Hydrogen + Fuel Cells + Batteries Group Exhibit in Hannover, Germany. The company presented the Marathon LR, making numerous contacts with major international automotive, renewable power, fuel cell and hydrogen generation companies who see the high DC boost from Combined Energies’ technology as a potential enabler of future system designs. Combined Energies thanks NEESC and New York STEP for sponsoring their attendance at the Fair.
Combined Energies designs and develops the components and systems embodying these technologies. Its first development to gain commercial traction is the Marathon LR, a high boost, bi-directional DC-DC power converter that efficiently converts variable low voltage DC from distributed generation and energy storage into steady, programmable, high voltage DC output. Since its inception, Combined Energies has received over half a million dollars from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), and is a proud member of the New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium (NY-BEST).
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October 27, 2014: Combined Energies LLC receives $249K NYSERDA Award to demonstrate Company's Low Voltage DC to DC Converter
January 24, 2012: Combined Energies LLC receives $30K NYSERDA Award to Build Company’s Patent Portfolio
Combined Energies LLC received a $30k follow-on award from NYSERDA to structure and file an intellectual property portfolio that will support commercialization of the company's advanced DC-DC converter technology.
August 3, 2011: Combined Energies LLC receives $199K NYSERDA Award to develop Low Voltage DC to DC Converter
A New York State team of Combined Energies (lead), Advanced Energy Conversion, and Espey Manufacturing & Electronics received a $199k award from NYSERDA to develop a novel, variable low voltage input DC to DC converter (LVC) which would allow dispersed generation technologies, such as fuel cells and battery backup systems to use commercially-available, high-efficiency solar inverters. This LVC will convert the low-voltage output of a fuel cell or battery system to a higher voltage that is compatible with today’s solar inverters. The LVC will allow a new generation of dispersed generation technologies to leverage readily available certified inverters for residential and light commercial grid interconnection without significant efficiency losses or costly development and certification efforts.