We are working with some very cool partners in emerging and innovative technologies.

Cleantech is Our Focus

The definition of cleantech is any product or service that improves operational performance, productivity, or efficiency while reducing costs, inputs, energy consumption, waste, or environmental pollution.

Environmental finance is a method by which new clean technology projects that have proven that they are “additional” or “beyond business as usual” can obtain financing through the generation of carbon credits.

Environmental Cleantech Impact

Minimizing the environmental impact all comes down to infrastructure agility, space, power, cooling and the challenges of efficiency without impacting operations. Optimization of power usage efficiency (PUE) means if managed and controlled their is less carbon footprint. This is mandatory and is a major part of the journey of resiliency, density and effectiveness.  In collaboration with the electricity sector, its stakeholders, and others our intent is to reduce the dependence on electrical power, increase the reliability of its usage making it affordable, and environmentally responsible:

  • Utilize minimal resources

  • Operate with high efficiency

  • Reduce and reclaim energy

  • Operate with a low CO2 footprint

  • Positively impact the environment

  • Create Carbon-Neutral tax credits

Cleantech Strategic Effects

How Gartner Identifies Strategic Technologies

Gartner defines a strategic market changing technology trend as one with the potential for significant impact on the industry as a whole. Factors that denote significant impact include a high potential for disruption to the business, end users, the need for a major investment, or the risk of being late to adopt and how fast this innovation spreads through the culture. These technologies generate significant new value and impact the organization’s long-term plans, programs and initiatives.

Market Changing Innovation often referred to as a “game-changer” can refer to a person who is a visionary or a company that alters its business strategy and conceives an entirely new business plan – defining a new market. This type of company provides a new business strategy in order to compete directly or indirectly with competitors. A market-changer changes the way that something is done, thought about, or made. While achieving game-changing levels this is typically a long-term achievement that takes time, determination, and the ability to ride out the uncertainties that you or your company will face along the way.

Disruptive and Sustaining Innovation these are the common and fast moving innovations that come to market quickly to change a markets character. This why the market changing technology has to keep a watchful eye on the markets as they tend to creep toward there newly defined markets. 

Sustaining Innovation does not create new markets but rather only evolves existing ones with better value. Allowing the firms within to compete against each other’s sustaining improvements.  They are developed by established companies often seen as a leaders or challengers in the market. Adding a new feature to an existing solution that offers a slight advantage, is an example of a sustained innovation – termed “leap-frogging”.

Disruptive Innovation is an innovation that disrupts an existing market, innovations that improve a product or service in ways that the market does not expect that infringes on current customer value – termed “quantum leap”. Products based on Disruptive technologies are typically cheaper to produce, simpler, smaller, better performing, and, frequently, more convenient to use.

What is Disruptive Technology?

Disruptive Technology is a term popularized by Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen in his book The Innovator’s Dilemma. Christensen believes that the main reason that successful and apparently well-run and well established organizations lose market share, and sometimes go out of business, is that they fail to recognize the distinction between sustaining and disruptive technologies.

What is the Economic Impact of Disruptive Technologies?

The estimated potential economic impact of the disruptive technologies has a range of impact from low to high, depending upon the relative size of the industry and is segmented into several categories. While some vendors play in a particular category, we either focus on a “total solution” that’s laser focused on the industry as a whole and will have cause-and-affect that ripples through this whole market. These companies will redefine not just the landscape but how the competition reacts since their technologies will be lagging so far behind it will cause a disruptive shift they just cannot ignore.

At first, the these solution will gain the quick attention of high-end customers which is where we are focused and set the bar for the market. Revolutionizing the key market indicators, efficiencies and economics will grab significant attention.

What is the Environmental Impact of Disruptive Technologies?

Being environmentally responsible in today’s age is top of mind and the sustainability of the product, solution or service is fundamental in retaining the viability of the company as it grows.