Redefining how we cool and warm
We partner with OEM companies to incorporate our Climate Ribbon into their products. We have developed the world’s first practical solid-state cooling and power generation system. Technology based on this system is expected to impact many industries and deliver substantial energy savings in solar power generation, thermal management, air conditioning, refrigeration, and conversion of waste heat in automobiles and industrial processes.
Our leadership team has worked as executives for industry giants and they are now passionate about ensuring our clients succeed in their market.
Ms. Floyd is the Chairman of the Board of Tempronics. She is founder and Managing Director of Nth Power, the pioneering energy venture capital firm. Based in San Francisco, Nth Power has $420M under management and has invested in 58 companies, some of the market leaders in renewable energy, energy efficiency, smart grid, clean transportation and green buildings.
Denny is a former senior General Motors executive and current consultant in environmental, energy, governance, and transportation infrastructure strategies. He serves as a board member, trustee, executive leader and senior advisor to companies, non-profit organizations, economic development organizations and health care institutions.
Eric Kerr is Director of Business Development at Lear working in M&A and investments. Prior positions at Lear include mechanisms engineer, engineering manager, platform manager and platform director. He has a BS – Mech Eng from Lawrence Technological University and an MBA from Michigan State
Kevin is the General Manager of II-VI Marlow. He has been with Marlow for 18 year working in Operations and business management. He is also responsible for the establishment and day to day operations of II-VI Vietnam. Prior to Marlow he worked in Sales and Operation in the Industrial and Specialty Gas Industry. His skills set are in operations, supply chain, new product development and business management.
As a Sr. System Engineer, the ideal candidate will have a strategic/big picture perspective of all aspects of the Tempronics climate system design to delivery effective thermal performance and/or comfort and addressing specific user/customer needs. In addition to the system level perspective, the candidate will have a detailed understanding of the core thermoelectric/Peltier-effect Climate Ribbon in order to optimize the mechanical packaging for thermal performance and comfort.
Evaluates, develops and implements manufacturing processes and process changes by applying knowledge of product design, fabrication, assembly, tooling, and materials; conferring with equipment vendors; soliciting observations from operators.
Focused on designing and building mechanical and electromechanical manufacturing equipment, fixtures and tools that will improve manufacturing processes, automate labor-intensive processes, reduce production cost and/or improve product quality. Apply standard and accepted engineering principles in equipment design. Develops equipment test specifications and methods.
Design and/or supervise engineering projects involving integration mechanical components into a variety of thermoelectric-based comfort systems. Lead and/or conduct research on driving and controlling thermoelectrics in a variety of uses and applications. Works independently to meet customer needs through creative application of mechanical engineering principles.