Clean Energy Company in Bucks
Above Average Jane
April 20, 2010

Today, Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-8th District) joined local business owners to announce the official opening of clean energy company YCarbon, Inc. in Bristol Township. This week, ten new employees will head to work at the Bridge Business Center to perform research and development on renewable energy technology.

Y-Carbon has unique capabilities to alter carbons that will be used in the alternative energy and clean energy sectors, ranging from energy itself to water desalination and medicine. The company was founded based on technology developed at Drexel University’s College of Engineering.

“I’m proud to have helped recruit this innovative company to put down roots here in Bucks County and bring new jobs to the district,” said Congressman Patrick Murphy.

“We are thrilled to partner with Congressman Murphy in moving to Bristol Township to create jobs in Lower Bucks County,” said Jim Horan, CEO of Y-Carbon, Inc.

In addition to the ten workers starting this week, the company plans to hire an additional fifteen employees. Y-Carbon, Inc. has also created two spin-off companies, Y-Energy and Y-Water, both of which will also be located in Bucks County. Jim Horan, CEO of Y-Carbon, estimates that each additional company will employ 25 workers within 18 months.

Y-Carbon Inc.’s expansion was made possible with a $150,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant through the Recovery Act, part of over $18 million made available to support small business innovation, research, development, and deployment of clean energy technologies.

Their move to Bucks County builds on Congressman Murphy’s previous work to develop Bucks County into a hub for green energy companies by recruiting new, innovative firms to the district. YCarbon, Inc. will further revitalize the old Rohm and Haas chemical company site, bringing with it good, high-paying jobs to the area. To date, Murphy has helped bring over 2,900 jobs to Southeastern Pennsylvania.

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