Karen Jarmon
Senior Communications Advisor

860 282-4211 | kjarmon@ccat.us

It's thanks to the initial grant funding and the encouragement of the CCAT staff that we were able to push through the early challenges and deliver our award-winning GPS Pro to market. The resources available to us as part of the CCAT Incubator Program have enabled us to move out of the basement and into a real office.

- John Cunningham
CEO & president of Bad Elf

New Trends for Energy Storage Companies

Investors and businesses share their vision for innovative cleantech energy storage products and services at an investor/finance forum to be held in Boston on Sept 18.

USDA Grant Funds Second Phase of Bio-Energy Research Community Economic Development in CT

CCAT awarded $53,000 to expand feasibility study for implementing an alternative fuels facility in rural north-central Connecticut.

Summer Program to Introduce Students to Manufacturing Careers

National foundation grant supports CCAT program model for early engagement
of the manufacturing workforce pipeline in Groton & New London, CT.
 

CCAT Announces $163K America Makes Contract For Additive Manufacturing Innovation

CCAT brings its expertise and leadership in advanced manufacturing to a two-year contract award with America Makes – leader of the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation – to advance the use of aerospace alloys in additive manufacturing.

CCAT Announces Installation of Leading Edge 3D Multi-Material Printer

CCAT’s Advanced Manufacturing Center expands its additive capabilities with the addition of the world’s most advanced multi-jet, multi-material rapid prototyping machine.

130 Girls Discover What Makes Manufacturing Real

Derby Businesses to Benefit from State’s Free Energy Assessments

Office of Energy Efficient Businesses offers free assessments to help business owners cut energy costs

Local Businesses to Reap Savings Thanks to State's Energy Efficiency Program

Office of Energy Efficient Businesses offers free assessments to help business owners cut utility costs and reduce energy consumption.

Northeast Region's Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Industry Showcased at Premier International Trade Show

CCAT Partners with CT DEEP, UConn & Pace Law Schools to Offer Microgrid Webinar on April 3

The webinar, part of DEEP’s Connecticut Microgrid Program, will examine the legal issues and process for the development of microgrids that serve as power sources for critical facilities.