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Arctura aims to lower cost of wind energy with turbine tech...

PBN 2021 Fastest Growing Companies Awards $250,000 - $5 million: 2. Arctura Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Neal Fine, founder and CEO 2020 Revenue: $1.5 million 2018 Revenue: $198,607 Revenue...
MULTISKILLED: Colleen Peters is one of the 23 students who have graduated from the University of Rhode Island’s “Blue MBA” program since it started in 2008. URI officials are hoping the program will ramp up as the blue economy gains momentum. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

URI’s ‘Blue MBA’ could be key as ocean-based supersector evolves

It was a curiosity about the manatees and dolphins that swam in the canal near her father’s Florida home that first drew Colleen Peters...

E.G.’s Arctura awarded $1.15M grant from U.S. Dept. of Energy

EAST GREENWICH - Arctura, a wind-energy technology company, on Monday said it was awarded a $1.15 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy. The...
ARCTURA, formerly Aquanis Inc., has rebranded. The company develops technology for the wind-turbine industry and is led by CEO Neal Fine.

Wind-energy tech company Aquanis undergoes rebrand, changes name to Arctura

EAST GREENWICH – Aquanis Inc., which develops technology for the wind-energy industry, has changed its name to Arctura, the company announced, as part of...
EFFICIENCY EXPERTS: Aquanis Inc. CEO Neal E. Fine, right, Chief Technology Officer John A. Cooney, center, and Senior Mechanical Engineer Christopher Szlatenyi are working on turbine blade designs that would make them more efficient.
PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Blade design could reshape wind industry

2019 PBN Innovative Companies: Energy Aquanis Inc. EAST GREENWICH-BASED Aquanis Inc. is a wind-energy startup with ideas to make this power sector more palatable in...
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...
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...

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