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SMART TECH: From left, Todd Griffith, associate professor at the University of Texas at Dallas; Mario Rotea, professor at the University of Texas at Dallas; Neal Fine, CEO of Aquanis; and John Cooney, chief technology officer of Aquanis, at a conference held in Denver on July 8-10. Aquanis develops smart-blade technology for wind turbines.
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Aquanis looks to curb wind-energy costs

From the ground, wind-turbine blade rotation appears nearly effortless, as though the spinning is entirely propelled by air currents.In reality, the movement and the...
THE R.I. COMMERCE CORP. IS CONSIDERING UP TO $800,000 in Qualified Jobs Incentive tax credits for the data science firm Aretec Inc. to expand into Rhode Island.

Commerce to consider incentives for data science firm

PROVIDENCE – At a meeting scheduled for Monday evening, the R.I. Commerce Corp. board of directors will consider incentives for Aretec Inc. to expand...
AQUANIS was awarded $1 million from the federal government to develop technology that reduces damage done to wind turbines by lightning. Company Founder and CEO Neal Fine. / COURTESY AQUANIS

Aquanis awarded $1M federal grant for wind turbine lightning damage mitigation

PROVIDENCE – Aquanis Inc. has received a $1 million Phase II SBIR grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a blade coating...

Five Questions With: Thorne Sparkman

Thorne Sparkman is the managing director of Providence-based Slater Technology Fund, Rhode Island’s largest venture capital fund, where he is responsible for the firm’s...
AQUANIS RECEIVED a $3.5 million federal grant to further its research of using electrical plasma actuators to reduce the aerodynamic stress on wind turbine blades. Above, Aquanis founder and CEO Neal Fine. / COURTESY AQUANIS

Aquanis receives $3.5M federal grant to further wind turbine research

PROVIDENCE – Aquanis Inc. of East Greenwich will receive a $3.5 million federal grant to further its research of “active aerodynamic load control for...
SEN. JACK F. REED announced that two Rhode Island companies have received a combined $299,788 in federal small business research and development grants. / COURTESY OFFICE OF SEN. JACK F. REED

Reed: 2 R.I. companies awarded combined $300K for small-business R&D grants

PROVIDENCE – Two Rhode Island companies received $299,788 in federal small business research and development grants, Sen. Jack F. Reed announced Monday.Aquanis Inc. of...
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