How a Radiator Retrofit That Could Save the US Billions Went From Bedroom to Boardroom
from Popular Science
In 2011, Marshall Cox, then a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering at Columbia University, developed a radiator retrofit that can regulate the temperature in steam-heated buildings. Now Cox's freshly formed startup Radiator Labs is developing the retrofit for commercial use. The Thermostatic Radiator Enclosure is scheduled to hit the market before next winter. How Cox turned a home-improvement hack into a commercial contender can be credited in large part to his own entrepreneurial determination though help from Columbia's technology transfer process didn't hurt, either.
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