C-Crete has been the recipients of several prestigious awards and recognitions. It was featured in New York Times and Yahoo as one of the most promising companies in Energy and CleanTech., and was recently showcased at the DOE ARPA-E’s Energy Innovation Summit in Washington, DC.
C-Crete was selected as one of the very few non ARPA- E awardees to present its platform technology on porous materials at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit in Washington, DC.Read More >>
HOUSTON, Oct. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship (Rice Alliance) announced the 10 Most Promising Energy & Clean Technology VentureRead More >>
HOUTON (March 12, 2018). Dr. Shahsavari and his team has zeroed in on the optimal architecture for storing hydrogen in “white graphene” nanomaterials — a design like a Lilliputian
HOUTON (June 18, 2018). C-Crete has developed a composite binder made primarily of fly ash, a byproduct of coal-fired power plants, that can replace Portland cement in concrete.
HOUSTON (Oct. 13, 2017). Porous, cement-like nanoscale spheres are the basic building block of a self-healing material developed by C-Crete Technologies LLC.
The MIT $100K business plan competition awarded its top prize, and a $100,000 check, to C-Crete Technologies for developing a nanotechnology for building cleaner, stronger concrete.
Houston (July 1, 2016). C-Crete was awarded a NSF SBIR/STTR grant to develop a facile but disruptive technology to synthesize novel nanoporous membrane products capable of efficient