FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 27, 2017
Cerahelix, a Maine startup company commercializing an energy efficient filtration technology, announced that it has been selected to present at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Industry Growth Forum in Denver, Colorado in April, 2017. Cerahelix was selected from a pool of innovative, emerging clean energy start-up companies from across the globe to present at this event. Since 2003, the selected companies have collectively raised over $5.1 billion in growth financing.
Susan MacKay, CEO of Cerahelix, is excited about the opportunity to be able to present the company’s energy efficient picofiltration technology to many of the world’s leading clean energy investors, executives, and technologists. She explains “We will take advantage of the one-on-one networking meetings with investors and strategic partners, since we are looking to finance our next stage of growth and provide our customers with a filtration technology that reduces both their carbon and water footprints.”
Cerahelix, Inc. was established in 2011 to develop energy saving filtration products using DNA biotechnology combined with ceramic materials. The PicoHelix is the first filter that achieves high purity separations while working in challenging process conditions. The combination of high purity and durability in a single filter product makes the PicoHelix applicable across multiple industries with wide-ranging applications including industrial water-reuse, organic solvent separations, and concentration of bio-based chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
If you’d like more information about Cerahelix, or to schedule an interview with Susan MacKay, please call 1-800/604-0697, or email firstname.lastname@example.org