InSITE Fellow, Marshall Cox, leads Radiator Labs and wins $200,000 MIT Clean Energy Prize. Radiator Labs provides energy efficiency of steam heating systems and challenges the status quo of the industry.
“This is an exciting and innovative design that when commercialized will noticeably reduce the cost of heating apartments, offices and other types of buildings in New England and other cold weather regions,” said Tom May, President and CEO of Northeast Utilities, the parent company of NSTAR, a major sponsor of the competition. “This competition has shown once again that the road to clean energy is being paved by young entrepreneurs.”
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