|Startups: 'most promising' in energy, clean technology||Startups: 'most promising' in energy, clean technology||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=17847||2017-10-05T05:00:00Z||2017-10-05T22:00:00Z|
HOUSTON – The Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship included eight Houston-based startups among the top ten "most promising energy and clean technology venture companies" in 2017.
The companies were chosen from 225 international startup applicants that showcased innovations at the 15th annual Energy and Clean Technology Venture Forum.
The only two "most promising" companies that weren't from Houston were Ingu Solutions and Flyscan Systems, both from Canada.
The eight Houston startups and their listed categories were:
- Advantek Waste Management Services, Waste Management category;
- Commando Pressure Control, Traditional Energy (Oil & Gas) category;
- Comitt Well Solutions, Traditional Energy (Oil & Gas) category;
- DataJudo, Traditional Energy (Oil & Gas) category;
- DynaView, Traditional Energy (Oil & Gas) category;
- FlexGen, Alternative/Renewable/Sustainable Energy category;
- FlowCommand, Traditional Energy (Oil & Gas) category; and
- Vertice Oil Tools, Drilling & Completions-Startup Technology Services category.
|Houston Business Journal||Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land||Industrial|| https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2017/09/20/8-houston-venture-companies-named-most-promising.html|
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