According to the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, nearly one-third of U.S. households spend more than 30% of their income on housing, and 18 million households commit more than 50% for a safe place to live. According to the National Low-Income Housing Coalition, no state or metropolitan area in the United States has enough…
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Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator Adds Ten Companies to Address Housing Affordability, Buildings Efficiency
DENVER: The Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2), a technology incubator and platform funded by the Wells Fargo Foundation and co-administered by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), today announced that it is expanding its focus to include clean technologies for residential buildings.
Techstyle Materials is developing a multifunctional building material that automatically regulates the flows of heat and water vapor through surfaces.
Cypris Materials creates paintable heat-reflective coatings as a roofing retrofit for both residential and commercial building to reduce cooling loads.
STRATIS is an IoT Platform that provides smart access, energy, water, and automation management for multifamily and student housing.
Pre Framing is an innovative, partially-prefabricated solution which allows homebuilders, general contractors and framers to build standard and gable walls faster, with less waste and more precision than traditional methods.
EnKoat has re-engineered traditional architectural coatings, like paint, plaster and stucco, into energy-saving coatings by incorporating phase change materials.
Blue Frontier is a pre-revenue cleantech startup, founded to commercialize the innovative integration of low-cost thermochemical energy storage (ES) with a revolutionary air conditioning (AC) technology.
Span is developing a panel that replaces traditional electric panels to deliver a new level of energy automation in the home.