|Series C, 11/2009 |
|Grant, 1/2010 |
U.S. Department of Energy
|Series B, 10/2010 |
|Private Equity, 7/2013 ||$4M|
Located in Cambridge, MA, Sun Catalytix is an early-stage renewable energy startup founded on groundbreaking science from the research lab of Professor Daniel Nocera at MIT. With Nature as our inspiration, we seek to combine sunlight and water to provide affordable, highly distributed solar energy to the individual.
The elemental components of just 3 gallons of water have enough energy, when recombined, to satisfy the daily energy needs of a large American home. The US receives 500-fold more energy each year than it uses, but unfortunately the sun shines only half the time.
At Sun Catalytix we are working to realize the dream of cheap, renewable, personalized energy allowing individuals to use the power around-the-clock. Backed by Polaris Venture Partners, we have started down the path to a sustainable energy future.