eVapt Inc.

eVapt, Inc., is a US-based, wholly-owned subsidiary of MagnaQuest, that enables the metering, billing, subscription management and pay-as-you-use model for Cloud computing, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, On-Demand service providers.

eVapt was founded in 2006 and headquartered in Austin. Its solution handles price modelling, usage analytics, invoicing, billing etc. thereby allowing vendors to focus on their core competencies.

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Wacker

Wacker Chemie AG operates in the chemical business. The company is global supplier to the chemical, semiconductor and solar industries. Wacker-chemie GmbH was founded by Dr. Alexander Wacker in October 13, 1914 and is headquartered at Munich, Germany.

The company converted itself into a stock company and renamed as Wacker Chemie AG in 2005. Total sales for the year 2010 were USD 7,768.7 million. The company employees over 16,300 people providing services in five continents. The company claims that the newly constructed company’s integrated production site at Tennessee has an annual capacity of 15,000 metric tons.

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Nanosolar Inc.

Nanosolar manufactures printable solar cells and panels. This privately held company deals with solar power technology. The company was established in 2002 and has headquarters at San Jose, California, US. The company was founded by Martin Roscheisen and Brian Sager. The company has cell manufacturing facility in San Jose, California and panel assembly factory near Berlin, Germany (Europe).

The company is a member of PV Cycle, the European organization committed to responsibly recycle solar panels. Nanosolar had approximately 250 employees as of March 2009. Net income in 2009 quarter 1 was USD 268.26 million and net sales were USD 681.57 million. 

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Blue Spark Technologies

Blue Spark Technologies designs, develops and manufactures printed, proprietary power source solutions for the battery-powered printed electronic systems. The company was launched in 2003 as thin Battery Technologies and headquartered at Ohio, USA. The company’s aim was to develop printed batteries built on patented IP acquired from Everyday Battery Company (now Energizer). The revenue generated was near about USD 245.27 million and around 5,000 employees as of fiscal year 2010. 

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EnerNoc Inc

EnerNOC develops and provides energy management applications and services for commercial, institutional, and industrial customers, as well as electric power grid operators and utilities. EnerNOC stands for Energy Network Operations Centre. The company was founded in 2001 by Tim Healy and David Brewster.  This is a publicly traded company and is listed on NASDAQ: ENOC. The company went public in 2007. As of 2010 the company had 484 employees. 

The company is based out of Boston, Massachusetts, US with offices in UK and US. The revenue of the company in the first quarter of 2011 was USD 31.8 million with a gross profit of USD 12.6 million . It clocked revenue of USD 280 mn in 2010-11.

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Monsanto Electronic Materials Company MEMC

MEMC is in the business of manufacturing and selling wafers and related products to semiconductor and solar industries. MEMC operates three business units: semiconductor materials, solar materials and solar energy. The company is also involved in the development of solar power projects and energy service provider.

MEMC was established in 1959 and was one of the first merchant manufacturer of silicon wafers at that time. The company is headquartered at St. Peters, Missouri, USA and other offices in South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Italy, USA and Japan. The company has around 21 worldwide manufacturing, sales and support centers. The reported sales in the year 2010 were USD 3.6 billion and the company has workforce of approximately 5,600 employees. The revenue generated in the year 2010 is approximately USD 4 billion and USD 1.3 billion in the first quarter 2011. The company has more than 770 worldwide patents and 430 applications filed. 

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Array Converter Inc

Array Converter , Inc. is a solar technology company involved in the production of cheap inverter-less solar power systems that produce AC (Alternating Current) power. It serves solar utilities, installers, operators, and module manufacturers. The company was incorporated in 2008. The company is privately held.

The company headquarters are located in Sunnyvale, California, US. The company caters to the needs of the solar power module manufacturing companies and the related appliance manufacturers in US.

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MiaSole

MiaSolé is a solar energy company developing Copper Indium Gallium Selenide (CIGS) thin-film photovoltaic products. MiaSolé’s manufacturing process lays CIGS on a flexible stainless steel substrate. The company was founded in 2003 by Dave Pearce. The company is privately held.

The company has 350 employees and operates two California-based manufacturing facilities. The company headquarters are located in Santa Clara, California, US. The company caters to the needs of the solar power module manufacturing companies and the related appliance manufacturers in US.

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Silver Spring Networks

Silver Spring Networks was founded in 2002 and provides energy efficiency products, smart grid networking and advanced metering infrastructure solutions to customers in United States. Silver Spring enables utilities to deploy a broad set of smart grid initiatives. This is a private company. In July 2011, the company filed for an IPO to raise USD 150 million . The company is headquartered in Redwood City, California, US with two more global offices in Brazil and Australia. As of 2009 the company had 500 employees.

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Sequentric Energy Systems LLC

Sequentric Energy Systems, LLC is a company which provides solutions for demand response systems for electric utility companies and their customers. The company was founded in 2004 by Daniel P. Flohr.  This is a privately held company.  The company is based out of Wilmington, North Carolina with sales office in San Francisco, California and New York.

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