Joule, the leader in direct CO2-to-fuels solar conversion technology, today announced changes in executive leadership. After four years of leading Joule’s early development as CEO, William J. Sims will step out of his management role but will remain a member of the company’s board.
Joule today announced its selection as a 2013 Bloomberg New Energy Pioneer, an annual award that recognizes game-changing companies in the field of clean energy.
Joule today announced another industry first in renewable fuel production: the direct conversion of waste CO2 into the essential components of gasoline and jet fuel.
Joule today announced a strategic partnership with AUDI AG to accelerate the commercialization of its sustainable transportation fuels, Sunflow™-E and Sunflow™-D, for the global ethanol and diesel markets respectively.
Signaling another major step towards commercialization, Joule today announced the commissioning of its first SunSprings™ demonstration plant in Hobbs, New Mexico, where the company will prove its scalable platform for solar fuel production – the first of its kind – using a fraction of the land a
Joule today announced the election of Caroline Dorsa to its board of directors, adding the expertise and insight of a highly experienced financial executive who will also serve as Chair of the company's audit committee.
Joule today announced the election of Anatoly Chubais to its board of directors, adding the expertise and insight of a prominent figure in international business, economics and government.
Joule today announced the appointment of two key executives to manage the company's roll-out of renewable fuel production facilities worldwide.
Joule today announced the closing of a $70 million third round of funding, supporting its aggressive timeline to commercialization and bringing its total to $110+ million raised to date.
Joule today announced its recognition as the 2011 Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Award Winner in the category of Energy, chosen for its transformational approach to highly-efficient renewable fuel production.