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Popular Science April '10 Issue: Simpler Solar
April 2010 – Click together a rooftop solar system in a few hours, saving days or weeks on design and installation. Armageddon’s modular kit consists of metal frames light enough to carry up a ladder, plus 18-pound solar panels—coated in Teflon instead of heavy glass—that snap onto the frames’ tabs. Read the article.
Armageddon Energy Wins an Honorable Mention in GE Ecomagination Challenge
November 18, 2010 – Armageddon Energy was one of five companies out of 3,600 entrants to win an honorable mention in the first annual GE Ecomagination Challenge for our "work in bringing greentech to the developing world." Read the article.
Photon Magazine: Honeycomb Photovoltaic Kit
September 2010 – Inventors from California prepare to launch a plug-and-play system for households. Download PDF article (in Italian)
Cleantech start-up eyes residential solar with easy-install system
January 2011 – Armageddon Energy is the latest solar-focused cleantech start-up that aims to make it simpler for homeowners to invest in renewable energy technology. Read the article.
Armageddon Energy Wins Energy Category
October 2009 – The Cleantech Open has announced the winning teams in the California region of the world’s biggest cleantech business plan competition. Read the article.
Armageddon Energy Voted "Most Fundable"
March 2011 – Armageddon Energy voted "most fundable" of 12 great alumni companies at the 2011 Cleantech Open Investor Forum by the panel that included Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Claremont Creek, Applied Ventures, CalCEF Angels Fund and Chevron Technology Ventures. Read the Triple Pundit article.
GE Ecomagination: Solar Clover
March 2011 – Armageddon Energy was one of five companies out of 3,600 entrants to win an honorable mention in the first annual GE Ecomagination Challenge last year for their work in bringing greentech to the developing world, and has come back to the competition this year to help power the homes of the future. Read the article at EarthTechling.
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