Opus 12 selected to join Hawaii Energy Excelerator 2017 Cohort

Opus 12's prototype CO2-to-fuel reactor

Opus 12's prototype CO2-to-fuel reactor

Hawaii's Energy Excelerator (EEx) announced today that Opus 12, led by Cyclotron Road innovators Etosha Cave, Kendra Kuhl and co-founder Nicholas Flanders, was selected to join its 2017 Cohort. According to the press release, this year's cohort was selected from a pool over 300 applicants. Selected as part of EEx's Go-to-market Track, Opus 12 will receive $75,000 in funding and undergo an 8 month program to validate and vet their business model and market strategy with customers in Hawaii and Asia Pacific markets. Congratulations to the Opus 12 team!