Symbios Technologies, LLC is a resource recovery technology and project development firm working to reduce greenhouse gas impacts while improving water treatment, waste disposal, and energy economics. Symbios is developing water treatment technologies in the R&D stage. Its services include using proprietary greenhouse gas accounting and financial modeling software to calculate carbon footprints; conduct feasibility analyses; and develop integrated renewable energy facilities to produce clean energy and water, organic fertilizer, and other valuable products from waste streams.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I get involved in the CCEC?
There are many ways to get involved with the CCEC- as a board member, non-board member, initiative participant, donor or investor. Learn about how you can start a new project or invest in CCEC or one of our initiatives here. If you're looking to get involved with the Fort ZED initiative, contact Katy Bigner, FortZED Coordinator with the City of Fort Collins.
Who makes up the Colorado Clean Energy Cluster?
A list of the current CCEC Board of Directors can be found here.
Is CCEC the same organization as Northern Colorado Clean Energy Cluster (NCCEC)?
Yes. "Northern" was dropped from the name in the summer of 2010 to better reflect CCEC's current projects, priorities and goals.
Is the Colorado Clean Energy Cluster a nonprofit organization? Are my donations tax deductible?
Yes, the CCEC is a 501(c)(3) organization and any donations made to the organization are tax deductible.
Does CCEC have funds to assist in clean energy projects?
While the CCEC does not directly provide funding for projects, we can help give your company access to resources, networking and partnerships to help you attract funding. The CCEC looks for initiatives that have a distinct role for the organization, links to job creation and economic development, is groundbreaking and innovative in the use of a clean energy technology and improves the image of the region.