Our innovative work frequently gains the attention of the press. The following is a list of recent articles featuring InnovaTek.
InnovaTek is testing ways to reduce airline emissions and costs. The company's collaboration with JBT Aerotech and EnerFuel is highlighted in this article.
JBT AeroTech has teamed with InnovaTek and EnerFuel in the development of a fuel cell range extender for battery-powered airport ground support equipment.
The Department of Energy has awarded a $150,000 grant to InnovaTek of Richland to develop a fuel cell range extender for battery-powered airport ground support equipment.
Getting technology from the lab to the commercial market has always been InnovaTek founder Patricia Irving’s specialty.
Patricia Irving quoted in Xconomy Seattle article.
The 12 semifinalists in the 2009 Pacific Northwest Cleantech Open were announced yesterday. The companies were chosen from a field of 56, with the next round of winners picked in September. Then these 12 will compete for three $50,000 regional prizes.
Evergreen is a fifty-minute documentary film view of the clean technology industry in Washington State.
Washington-based Innovatek Inc. has come up with an alternative to get at biodiesel's energy-a hand-sized processor that could make biodiesel a hot commodity in the electricity generation market.
InnovaTek project among nine awarded state funding for innovative commercial technology applications developed in partnership with Washington researchers.
Washington Technology Center's 2007 annual report features InnovaTek, Inc. as an innovative Washington Company who is bringing ideas to life.
Acumentrics Corporation, a leading developer of solid-oxide fuel cells, announced that they have proven 1300 hours of fuel cell operation on synthetic JP-8 fuel.
A Richland-based company is receiving $500,000 from Chevron to help develop technology that gas stations can use to create hydrogen for fuel cell cars on site.
A Richland company has partnered with Chevron to develop technology that may give service stations the ability to create hydrogen from biodiesel and other liquid fuels on site.
InnovaTek Inc. announced Monday that it has secured nearly $1 million in loan financing to begin its first commercial production run of air samplers for government, medical and agricultural clients.
Several small companies - such as MesoSystems and InnovaTek , both of the Tri-Cities - will brainstorm with health officials this week at the Biodefense Mobilization Conference in Seattle.
Washington's junior senator unveiled plans to help retrain the Northwest's laid-off workers and bring sophisticated communications links to Southeastern Washington in a whirlwind tour Thursday.
A researcher working under an Office of Naval Research grant is just a couple of months away from completing a prototype detector designed to sound the alarm when airborne microbes such as anthrax are in the air.
Some of the world's most advanced anthrax and biological-pathogen detectors are being created here by a small group of scientists and entrepreneurs, but they agree the quest for something truly accurate, automated and fast - a smoke detector - is still years away.
If anthrax, bubonic plague or other biological-warfare agents were unleashed by terrorists, the materials could be sampled and detected within minutes because of scientific work being done in the Northwest.
The experts also say it will take a level of scientific know-how to execute a biological attack that terrorists most likely don't have.