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Tibbar Plasma Technologies Of Los Alamos Selected To Attend ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit

on February 17, 2017 - 6:40am
Tibbar Plasma Technologies, Inc. of Los Alamos. Courtesy photo
 

An experimental plasma-based HVDC electrical transformer in development at Tibbar Plasma Technologies, Inc., in Los Alamos. Courtesy photo

 

 

BUSINESS News:
 
Tibbar Plasma Technologies, Inc. of Los Alamos is one of a select group of energy innovators selected to attend the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy’s (ARPA-E) Energy Innovation Summit (http://www.arpae-summit.com/).
 
The summit is Feb. 27-March 1 in Washington, D.C., and will display the latest cutting edge technologies and bring entrepreneurs together with investors to help turn ideas into reality.

As an ARPA-E award winner receiving $3.5 million in funding, TPTI will be featured in the Technology Showcase at this year’s summit. Each exhibitor in the showcase is vetted to insure that only the most promising technologies are on display. Company president Dr. Richard Nebel will be representing TPTI to spread the word about new plasma-based HVDC electrical transformers in development. Tibbar transformers will provide efficiency due to a more compact size and fewer moving parts compared to the current technology (solid state electronics).

In addition to providing a venue to display the latest energy innovations, the summit will bring together America’s brightest scientists and entrepreneurs with investors. By following a tech-to-market model, attendees can increase their chances of creating marketable products from their prototype inventions. This networking opportunity will help TPTI find additional sources of funding to transition from prototype to production models.

Anyone interested in attending can visit the Registration page (http://www.arpae-summit.com/Registration) to sign up.
 
To learn more about Tibbar Plasma Technologies, visit (http://www.tibbartech.com).
 
Small model of plasma-based transformer inside a Shiner device. Courtesy photo

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