Zolo Technologies, Inc. is chosen by the Colorado Governor, Bill Ritter’s Energy Office to receive a portion of the $350,000 awarded for “New Energy Economic Development” (NEED). Zolo Technologies will receive $25,000 in grant funds for efforts in contributing to energy efficiency and green technology specifically in coal-fired power plants. The award is a part of the first round of grants given to eight innovative Colorado companies. “These grants are giving organizations a ‘hand up’ in advancing emerging energy technologies into the marketplace that help us reduce our energy usage and carbon footprint,” Tom Plant, director of the energy office, said in a statement.
For additional information on the New Energy Economic Development (NEED) grant award for Zolo Technologies, contact R. J. Zimmerman or visit www.zolotech.com.
About Zolo Technologies, Inc.
Zolo Technologies, Inc. develops and manufactures the ZoloBOSS™ spectroscopy sensor which measures in ultra-harsh environments to improve the efficiency and reduce harmful emissions (including greenhouse gasses) from large combustion sources such as coal-fired power plants and gas turbines. Existing customers include: City of San Antonio, Constellation Energy, Korean Electric Power Corporation, Pacificorp, Platte River Power Authority, NRG Texas, South Carolina Electric and Gas, Southern Company, TVA, Xcel Energy, and the Department of Defense.
CONTACT: R. J. Zimmerman Zolo Technologies, Inc. Tel.: 303-604-5818 Fax: 303-541-1843 Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.zolotech.com