UNCLASSIFIED: Distribution Statement A. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. Army tests Cambrian’s advanced BioVolt™ system for off-grid applications BOSTON, MA and CARDEROCK, MD — June 7, 2016 — Cambrian Innovation, provider of advanced biotechnology products for water and energy management, today announced a partnership with the U.S. Army to demonstrate BioVolt™, a self-powered… View Article
After considering several companies, Lagunitas turned to Cambrian Innovation, headquartered in Boston. Lagunitas liked that the company’s EcoVolt system was modular and scalable for future growth, Rixey says. Cambrian Innovation’s EcoVolt Reactor first came to market in late 2013. Bear Republic Brewing Co. and Lagunitas were the first to purchase the full-scale system. Two more brewers purchased the system in 2015. “Though we have focused primarily on craft breweries and wineries, the technology is a good fit for all food and beverage producers facing wastewater management challenges,” Matthew Silver, Founder and CEO of Cambrian Innovation, says.
New Sonoma County Brewery Announces Purchase of Cambrian’s EcoVolt® Solution BOSTON and SANTA ROSA, Calif. — May 3, 2016 — Cambrian Innovation, provider of distributed water and wastewater solutions for industrial producers, today announced a partnership with a new Sonoma County brewery. Seismic Brewing Company is in the midst of construction on their state-of-the-art brewery in… View Article
The onsite wastewater treatment EcoVolt solution will reduce the water footprint of Lagunitas Brewing Company by 40 percent, enabling the company to open a second brewery in the drought-stricken U.S. state of California. Cambrian Innovation CEO Matt Silver explains how.
Other craft breweries, such as Lagunitas Brewing Company and Bear Republic Brewing Co in Sonoma County, California, are using a new onsite wastewater treatment system housed in a shipping container.
The EcoVolt, developed by Boston-based startup Cambrian Innovation, is powered by electrically active bacteria that use anaerobic digestion to scrub the breweries’ wastewater of up to 90% of pollutants, according to Baji Gobburi, the company’s director of sales and marketing.
BOSTON — February 23, 2016 — Cambrian Innovation, provider of advanced biotechnology products for industrial businesses, announced today that David Buzby joined the company as Independent Director. Drawing from nearly three decades of experience investing in, and growing, world-class clean energy companies, Mr. Buzby will be an important guiding voice as Cambrian continues the rapid… View Article
Cambrian Launches Groundbreaking, Small-Scale Wastewater Treatment Solution BOSTON and DEXTER, Mich. — December 1, 2015 — Cambrian Innovation, provider of distributed water and wastewater solutions for industrial producers, today announced Northern United Brewing Company (NUBC) is the first customer to install Cambrian’s EcoVolt® Mini. The EcoVolt Mini converts high-strength wastewater into reusable quality water in… View Article
Cambrian Innovation offers a no-money-down water treatment technology with a clean energy byproduct. Given the successful start with breweries such as Lagunitas and Bear Republic, the company is focusing on craft breweries and wineries, although Silver said the technology is a good fit for many food and beverage producers.
Water-energy purchase agreement eliminates upfront costs for onsite clean water and energy solutions BOSTON — November 18, 2015 — Cambrian Innovation, provider of biotechnology solutions for industrial partners, today announced the launch of a pioneering financing vehicle for distributed clean water and energy solutions backed by a $30M fund. Under the new financing mechanism, called… View Article
Cambrian Innovation is extracting clean water and energy from waste streams at two California breweries with a secret set of microbes.
The Boston-based startup has raised $30 million to install its EcoVolt systems, and plans to market them using a model that’s similar to the leases that are driving the residential solar market.