IN2 Continues to Make Great Strides

There’s no summer vacation for the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2). Instead, the program—which began in 2014 as a five-year, $10 million effort focused on commercial building startups—is revving up. Just ask Senior Energy Efficiency Research Engineer Shanti Pless, who is a PI for several IN2 projects and who works closely with the IN2 program management team housed in NREL’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center…

Rochester firm has cool solution

Post-Bulletin: The Rochester, Minnesota Post-Bulletin examines local technology firm and IN2 portfolio company LiquidCool Solutions and their innovative total immersion electronics cooling technology in this profile piece. The company’s servers were recently found to reduce data center power usage by 40 percent compared to using traditional fans and air conditioning.

July 2017 – IN2 Newsletter

There’s no summer vacation for the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2). Instead, the program—which began in 2014 as a five-year, $10 million effort focused on commercial building startups—is revving up.Just ask Senior Energy Efficiency Research Engineer Shanti Pless, who is a PI for several IN2 projects and who works closely with the IN2 program management team housed in NREL’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center (IEC).

Clean-technology Incubator Program Expands Focus Beyond Commercial Buildings

AltEnergyMag: This informative Q&A with Ashley Grosh and Richard Adams, members of our program management team, highlights the IN2 program, how it works, who can apply, Wells Fargo and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s involvement in the program as well as our expanding focus on new technology areas, such as sustainable mobility, agriculture, residential buildings, food and micro grids.