WE DEVELOP POWER PLANTS AND CLEAN TECHNOLOGY

Our History

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2005

Our Birth

The firm was founded in October 2005 by Dr. Parker with co-founders Dr. Brubaker and Mico Perales.  Its was established as Ubiquitous Technologies, a technology development business headquartered in Victoria, Texas.  Its vision was and still is to be a leading green solutions provider.

2006

RTC Produces New Material

The firm located and furnished its Research and Technology Center (RTC) in Tallahassee, FL.  Shortly thereafter, the technical team developed a novel semiconducting nanobiocomposite material.

Nanobiocomposite
2007

New Materials & a Spinoff

The technical staff developed additional variations of the nanobiocomposite materials.  The firm launched and spun-off Nanotailor (a nanomaterials subsidiary) based on the firm’s and NASA’s technology in producing functionalized carbon nanotubes.

Suite of NanoBioComposites
2008

New Tech, Rebranded and Relocated

Ubiquitous Technologies is renamed and rebranded as 510nano Inc.  510nano developed two processing technologies for the suite of new materials and relocated the RTC to the University of North Dakota.

Crystalized OPV Deposition TechnologyCrystalized OPV Deposition Technology
2009

New Business Line, First License

510nano initiated its power plant development business line.  510nano installed its first Concentrated PV system in Bolivia, NC.  510nano licensed its hybrid renewable energy technology to Midflare.

Reflexive
2010

Land Acquisition

510nano relocated its corporate headquarters to Washington, DC.  Also, the firm obtained an option to purchase 25 acres in the Northampton Industrial Park in Garysburg, NC.

Georgetown Photo
2011

Growth in Project and Technology Pipeline

510nano expanded its project pipeline from 25 acres to 175 acres. The firm filed for a provisional patent on a new hybrid solar technology and sold a license to Treler Enterprises LLC.

2012

Improved Positioning

To improve its financial position, 510nano signed a debt placement financing agreement with Meridian Hill Advisors LLC and safe harbored 3.5 MW of panels for 20 MW of solar farms in North Carolina.  Additionally, the firm secured four, investment grade Power Purchase Agreements.

510nano filed non-provisional patent on a new hybrid solar technology.

Finally, 510nano won $100K in a USDA grant in collaboration with Sun Farmers Institute and Sociometrics.

Hybrid Solar Technology
2013

Power Plants Realized

510nano advanced its power plant business by establishing Silicon Valley Solar (SVS) to grow its West Coast operations.  SVS completed a 121 kW solar farm in and for electricity sales for Los Gatos, CA. Additionally, the firm broke ground on 510REPP One, a 7 acre and 1.4 MW DC utility scale solar farm.

510nano and Sun Farmers Institute won $1.05M in USDA grant to help black farmers improve their energy spend — funding was not available for award.

2014

Increased Development Activities

Silicon Valley Solar farms are commissioned.  510 REPP One has a groundbreaking ceremony during the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend with the Honorable Dot Harris as its keynote speaker.  510 REPP One is completed and commissioned, selling power to Dominion Power.  510nano with M. L. Schmitt Electric and PEER CPC won a contract to provide EPC services for the town of Deerfield, MA with 35 kW of solar electricity.

510nano is developing Super Solar in Monroe, GA and Sanford Solar in Sanford, NC by the end of the year, as well as Solar Noir in Tarboro NC by first quarter in 2015.

We deliver a Sustainable Advantage.

Our Executive Team

If you want to learn more, we entreat you to contact us!