January 16, 2015 — Appollo Wind Technologies announces new Somerville MA Laboratory location

January 16, 2015 Appollo Wind Technologies (AWT) recently opened its new Product Research and Development laboratory at 28 Dane ST in Somerville Massachusetts. The new location is within the Greentown Labs facility (, working around other companies and entrepreneurs who are “creating game-changing energy technologies that transform the way we live, work, and play.”

Important benefits of this new facility include:

  • Space for further product testing of AWT’s Patented Isothermal Turbo Compressor Technology, with particular focus on development of product applications utilizing work and new designs coming from our partner Flextronics.
  • By being in close proximity to other like minded product developers, access to range of basic to sophisticated machine and technical resources that can assist in AWT’s near term product development needs.
  • Professional location, close to Boston with easy access to the airport, ideal for product demonstrations with current and prospective partners, investors, and business contacts.

The move into this new facility was completed in December 2014. Current AWT’s lead engineer, Peter Swett, is preparing space for future testing of A/C system components that will include redesigned fans engineered and built by Flextronics.

If in the Boston area, please reach out to me to arrange a tour of the new facility and a future demonstration of product development progress.

Dan Alride

CEO Appollo Wind Technologies

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While there are many energy saving options in the HVAC world that are touting higher seer ratings they are almost exclusively dependent upon smart technologies to monitor usage patterns, scroll compressors and incorporating solar assistance. While these improvements certainly create energy savings they are essentially propping up an old technology. At AWT we have changed the way HVAC is done. By utilizing our patented isothermal turbo compressor we have increased efficiency and performance by changing the method of compression. That can take energy efficiency and energy savings as well and $$ saving to a whole new level.