Advanced Ionics, Milwaukee, which is developing hydrogen production systems for industrial consumers that will offer zero-emission, on-site, on-demand hydrogen at a lower cost, has won the Advanced Manufacturing category at the Wisconsin Technology Council’s 202 Business Plan Competition.
Twelve contestants emerged from three rounds of judging in the contest organized through the Wisconsin Technology Council, which produces the contest in conjunction with its partners and sponsors. The contest began in late January with 200 qualified entries; more than 3,900 entries have been received since the contest began in 2004.
In addition to submitting 15- to 20-page written plans, finalists taped a seven-minute pitch posted on the BPC website for the judges to view for the 17th annual Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference.
Learn more in this summary article from the Wisconsin Technology Council.