US e-Chromic to Present at NRELs Industry Growth Forum

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) October 20, 2012

US e-Chromic is pleased to announce that it is one of thirty clean-tech companies selected to present at the U.S. Department of Energys National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) 25th Industry Growth Forum. The forum will take place October 23 24, 2012 in Denver, Colorado.

US e-Chromic and the other presenting companies were carefully selected from hundreds of candidates through an extensive application and review process. NRELs Industry Growth Forum is the nations premier event for emerging clean energy and energy efficiency technology startups. At the Forum, companies gain valuable exposure to and feedback from venture capitalists, corporate investors, government agencies, and strategic partners. Since 2003, presenting companies have raised more than $ 4 billion in growth financing.

It is an honor for US e-Chromic to present at the NREL Growth Forum, said Loren Burnett, Chief Executive Officer and founder of US e-Chromic. This validates both the potential effectiveness of electrochromic thin film in reducing energy demand as well as the unique technologies and features that US e-Chromic delivers. Patented US e-Chromic reflective electrochromic technology makes it possible for retrofit solution providers to quickly and confidently transform existing windows into energy efficient smart windows.

Burnett will present for US e-Chromic on Wednesday, October 24 as part of an overall agenda that includes company presentations, panel presentations, and networking sessions. US e-Chromic receives advisory support from CleanLaunch, the technology incubator at the Center for Renewable Energy Economic Development at NREL, and through the State Energy Sector Partnership Grant (SESP), awarded through the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment to support entrepreneurs leading pre-revenue companies.

About US e-Chromic

US e-Chromic ( is a Boulder, CO based company dedicated to energy efficiency. It is developing an electrochromic thin film for windows that will reduce air conditioning costs by >25%. It has exclusive rights to technology created and patented by the U.S. National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) that transforms ordinary windows into highly energy efficient smart windows. Because US e-Chromics electrochromic thin film reflects sunlight and its heat on demand, if can be used to retrofit existing windows on a cost effective and environmentally friendly basis.


US e-Chromic

Loren Burnett

CEO and Founder

loren (at) use-chromic (dot) com


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