ThermoLift was recently featured in an article by Laura Firszt on Networx.com. The article outlines ThermoLift’s innovative natural gas heat pump technology, and how it benefits the consumer as it is both more cost effective and better for the environment. Networx.com is a leading website offering resources and tools for home improvement projects. It connects homeowners and businesses with reliable and professional home improvement contractors across the country, thereby simplifying the process of finding a licensed contractor.
ThermoLift was recently featured in an article published by Innovate LI. The article, titled “Many Hands on Deck for ThermoLift 2.0”, features ThermoLift’s progress in the building and testing phase of the Generation 2.0 prototype. It spotlights the partnerships that ThermoLift has fostered with several Long Island manufacturing companies who are helping create the machine. Innovate LI is an online news publications that covers the region’s next economy, including its research labs, universities, startups, incubators, accelerators and other businesses.
ThermoLift engineer Seann Convey and CEO Paul Schwartz recently co-wrote an article, titled “Modernizing the Vuilleumier Cycle: Recent developments for a novel natural gas air-conditioner and heat pump”, published in the IEA Heat Pump Centre Newsletter. The article is an in-depth technical description of Vuilleumier heat pumps and the ThermoLift technology. It chronicles past research on heat pumps, what improvements ThermoLift has made, and what improvements are going to be made in order to create The Ultimate Heat Pump.
The Department of Energy Building Technologies Office recently published a report, titled “HVAC, WH and Appliance R&D”. The report outlines the various approaches the DOE plans to take in order to achieve their goal of developing technologies that “save energy and reduce our environment burden while introducing them in the simplest application first, highest probability of success”. ThermoLift was mentioned in the “Integrated Heat Pump (IHP) Technologies” section as a promising company.
ThermoLift CEO Paul Schwartz was recently featured in an article by the Stony Brook Independent, which is the official, award-winning publication of the Stony Brook University campus chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. The Independent aims to become a complete news source for anything that is happening at Stony Brook University, as well as a publication where the many diverse opinions of the members of the University community can be expressed. The article, titled “ThermoLift CEO, A ‘Groundbreaking Startup Leader”, chronicles Schwartz’s personal journey from an investment banker to CEO, as well as ThermoLift’s journey from a startup in Schwartz’s basement to residing at the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center at Stony Brook.
ThermoLift was recently featured in an article published by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, titled “Building a Cleantech Industry on Long Island”. The article chronicles several of Long Island’s most successful cleantech startup companies. ThermoLift’s success is chronicled; beginning in the basement of CEO Paul Schwartz to moving into the new offices at the Advanced Energy Center.
ThermoLift was recently featured in an article published by the Internal Business Innovation Association. The article, titled “ThermoLift Inc., Client of Clean Energy Business Incubator Program”, chronicles ThermoLift’s involvement with the Clean Energy Business Incubator Program and Stony Brook University. ThermoLift’s various awards won over the past few years are also highlighted.
ThermoLift was recently featured in American Gas Magazine, which is the monthly magazine of the American Gas Association. American Gas Magazine provides natural gas industry professionals with the information they need to enhance their effectiveness and that of their companies by publishing leading-edge reports on the industry and on American Gas Association activities that offer value to its members. The article, titled “A Cool New Market”, discusses our recent grant from the US Department of Energy as well as a brief synopsis of the history of our company.
ThermoLift was recently featured in a report published by the US Department of Energy, titled Energy Saving Potential for Non-Vapor-Compression HVAC Technologies. A section of the report discusses Vuilleumier Heat Pumps and the opportunities that exist by using this technology for heating, cooling, and hot water. ThermoLift’s preliminary results and company plan are highlighted throughout the article.