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San Antonio Startups to Watch in 2022
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San Antonio Startups to Watch in 2022

San Antonio's startup scene is maturing. Local founders are raising more money than ever before, while venture capitalists are paying more attention to our ecosystem, looking for lucrative companies to invest in.We still have work to do, but take this as a vote for guarded optimism about the state of San Antonio startups. Since we started this list in 2019, our annual compilations (also see our lists from 2020 and 2021) have highlighted startups that are still in the game and growing steadily. Companies on these lists such as FloatMe, Plus One Robotics, and Grain4Grain are scaling operations, hiring talent, and scoring investment dollars. Our startup ecosystem reflects innovation across many different fields. You'll find on the 2022 list more than the expected biomedical, Software-...
New Dominion Enterprises Wins Air Force Phase 2 SBIR Funding for Energy Innovation
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New Dominion Enterprises Wins Air Force Phase 2 SBIR Funding for Energy Innovation

A San Antonio startup producing additives to make batteries safer and longer-lasting has gotten Air Force funding to improve the performance of military tactical radios.New Dominion Enterprises, Inc. (NDE), an energy technology company, won an Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 2 $750,000 contract in July for its battery additive innovation. The company won a Phase 1 $50,000 award in February in a highly competitive submission process. The Air Force Special Warfare program office, which oversees commands that use tactical radios, has signed a memorandum of understanding with New Dominion. Some of the military’s most difficult missions are carried out by specialists who operate in remote, often hostile areas.Acting as a one-person attachment to other spec...
New Dominion Enterprises Wins Air Force SBIR Funding for Energy Innovation
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New Dominion Enterprises Wins Air Force SBIR Funding for Energy Innovation

After rigorous scientific review, New Dominion Enterprises, Inc. (NDE), a San Antonio energy technology company, won an Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I $50,000 contract in early February for its battery additive innovation.New Dominion is commercializing inorganic electrolyte materials that stabilize organic lithium-ion battery electrolytes, resulting in more durable, longer-lasting, and safer lithium batteries. Their dual-use technology has potential applications ranging from consumer batteries to batteries used with electrified transportation and micro power grids.The product was fully developed and tested under a U.S. government contract. Co-founder and chief scientist Mason K. Harrup invented the inorganic electrolyte materials for lithium batteries ...