C2M’s entrepreneurs listed below, are associated with a wide range of leading accelerators, universities, government programs, as well as other top-tier organizations.

Brimstone Energy

Brimstone Energy has developed an electrolyzer technology that is able to co-produce sulfuric acid and hydrogen that is carbon-free and cost competitive with the cheapest hydrogen produced via steam methane reformation. WebsiteVideo

Cypris Materials

Cypris Materials was founded to reinvent color. The founders’ vision is to bring structural color to the market as a sustainable solution to global energy inefficiencies, an alternative to toxic dyes and pigment, as well as a new paradigm for controlling the flow of light. They are working on applying their paintable photonics platform to solve major challenges in a number of industrial verticals. WebsiteVideo


EnZinc has developed a 3-D zinc sponge electrode using US Naval Research Laboratory technology that delivers a nickel-zinc battery with the energy of lithium-Ion, the cost of lead-acid, and greater safety than either. WebsiteVideo

Noble Thermodynamics

Noble’s core technology, the Argon Power Cycle, is a new power cycle by which the efficiency of current internal combustion engines is increased by up to 10% while generating zero air pollutants and capturing 100% of the generated carbon dioxide. WebsiteVideo

Noon Energy

Noon Energy is pioneering a new class of battery technology which provides low-cost, energy-dense, long-duration electricity storage for scaling to 100% renewables. It utilizes very low cost storage media for an installed storage cost of less than $50/kWh, which enables it to turn intermittent solar/wind power into on-demand power at a cost that undercuts conventional fossil fuel power generation. Its high energy density—approximately three times that of lithium-ion for the full system—will enable longer range electric vehicles, trucks, ships, and aircraft. WebsiteVideo


A salt separation technology invented at PARC, a Xerox company, this innovation enables the separation of concentrated brines with no phase changes, a process for which only thermal processes have previously existed. Methods such as reverse osmosis or electrodialysis do not work at high concentrations or have serious operational limitations. WebsiteVideo


Takachar is focused on dramatically increasing the amount of waste biomass economically transformed into marketable products around the world. Using a novel concept called oxygen-lean torrefaction, Takachar is simplifying reactor design to enable small-scale, portable, and decentralized biomass conversion, creating more economical uses for raw biomass. WebsiteVideo