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SonicLQ was selected as a finalist in the spring 2019 cohort of the Shultz Innovation Fund at the University of Chicago. While funding was not awarded,
technology and business development remains in progress.
Laboratory has recently received two grant awards related to the SonicLQ technology and will partner with SonicLQ on both. Argonne received at $275k from the Department of Energy for additional
Research and Development of the basic acoustic technology. SonicLQ will receive a $50k subcontract award from Argonne.
Argonne will also be
receiving an ESTCP program award of over $1M for demonstration and testing of SonicLQ on military bases in 2017 and 2018. Argonne will partner with Construction Engineering Research Laboratory
and SonicLQ. SonicLQ will receive subcontract awards of $125k and $100k in 2017 and 2018.
After a rigorous
selection process, SonicLQ is pleased to announce that we have been selected as a finalist to compete in the 6th annual Clean Energy Trust Challenge, the largest cleantech single-day pitch
competition in the nation. The Clean Energy Trust is an impact investor that fuels innovation and launches, funds, and grows early-stage clean energy startups in the Midwest. Out of
over sixty entries, we were chosen to compete against fifteen other cleantech startups on Tuesday, April 12 at the
full-day event in Chicago. As finalists, we will present our business plan to top cleantech industry investors and venture capitalists for a chance to win up to $1 million in funding – a record
amount for the Clean Energy Trust Challenge.