October 27th, 2014: Combined Energies LLC receives $249K NYSERDA Award to demonstrate Company's Low Voltage DC to DC Converter

Combined Energies LLC received a $249k award from NYSERDA to refine, integrate and demonstrate the company's advanced DC-DC converter technology. The demonstration, on an airport ground support vehicle, will use Combined Energy's Marathon LR DC-DC technology to integrate a power/energy module in parallel with the vehicle battery system. The solution will dampen current spikes and reduce the charge/discharge rate on the vehicles' primary battery resulting in longer battery life and substantially improved duty cycle.  

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.