Georgia Centers of Innovation Energy Technology

Georgia energy firms can accelerate the development of new energy solutions with assistance from the Georgia Center of Innovation for Energy Technology. The Center is the state’s key resource to create, connect and grow Georgia’s energy ecosystem. Through the development of new products, ideas and business models in the Energy Ecosystem, the Center helps the state maintain a leadership position in the fields of energy generation, transmission, distribution, storage and consumption. View a map of Georgia's waste stream and recycling resources.
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09/27/2016

In An Atlanta Warehouse, Grubbly Is Building A Giant Bug-Growing Machine

While Japanese indoor farming companies use robots to grow lettuce in fully automated greenhouses, a startup in the U.S. hopes to do the same thing for grubs. Grubbly Farms, based in Atlanta, is building an automated system to feed black soldier fly larvae food waste and then use the larvae as animal feed in agriculture.

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