SecondMuse’s M-Corps is the statewide incubator, funded by NYSERDA, that helps New York cleantech startups manufacture and get to market faster. Now in its second year, M-Corps is excited to announce our new cohort!
Actasys commercializes small actuators that generate strong jets of air to improve efficiencies in a wide range of industries and applications. Our first product, the ActaJet, is an electronically-controlled system to clean automotive sensors and cool electronics.
Enertiv is the single platform upon which commercial real estate portfolios manage and streamline their building operations. Our product has the ability to affordably capture more data per building to deliver actionable insights and industry best practices to stakeholders from the boardroom to the boiler room.
Folia Materials invented a patented green chemistry process to use large-scale paper machinery to manufacture low-cost, nano-metal functionalized materials that unlock new mass-market consumer goods business models.
At Heat Inverse, we make durable metamaterials that cool passively and increase the efficiencies of many systems, like refrigerated trucking, high-power electronics, power generation and storage, buildings, and transportation. Think air conditioning in a thin film.
Rise is a food-tech startup that upcycles byproducts into ingredients. We collect brewer’s spent grain and using our patent-pending process, turn it into a flour that we sell to bakers, chefs, and food manufacturers as a tasty, sustainable, transparent and low-carb source of plant-based protein and prebiotic fiber.
Teratonix, a Carnegie Mellon University spin-off, focuses on developing and commercializing innovative RF energy harvesting technologies to provide a battery-less, maintenance-free, clean and remote charging solution for IoT sensors, wearables, and implanted active medical devices.
The Upcycle is a Class-1 electric bike purpose-built for high capacity, commercial use. All in a versatile and approachable format. We’re on a mission to develop a vehicle that meets the challenges of transportation and deliveries in crowded cities.
SecondMuse is looking for six cleantech startups who are paving the way for a more sustainable future, especially those with strong teams and products who need assistance scaling up to manufacturing. Applications are open through Sept 9.
In January, SecondMuse continued its newest series of hardware startup support. This session focused on Supply Chain Strategy at New Lab in Brooklyn Navy Yard. NYCEDC’s Stacey Weismiller and Inventaprint’s Rich Mokuolu lead attendees through an essential presentation on sourcing and production.
On Wednesday, March 6th, the SecondMuse team brought together startups from its two NYC-based manufacturing programs – Futureworks Incubator and M-Corps – for another session in the M-Corps workshop series. Hosted by M-Corps partner New Lab in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, this workshop focused on Quality Assurance (QA).