SuperTurbo Vehicle Demonstrator
November 5, 2018
SuperTurbo Technologies’ vehicle demonstrator, a Peterbilt 389 with Cummins ISX15 engine, continues to provide great value for validating efficiency improvement and enhancing durability in real world operating conditions.
SuperTurbo Technologies Announces Integrated Design
October 17, 2018
The team at SuperTurbo Technologies has completed the integration of the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), supplied by Dana, into the main housing of the SuperTurbo.
System-Based Approach Maximizes Downspeeding Benefits
January 19, 2017 – OEM Off-Highway
In October, Allison Transmission and VanDyne SuperTurbo announced their collaboration to develop a demonstration Class 8 truck combining Allison’s TC10 transmission with VanDyne’s mechanically driven turbocharger to maximize the benefits of engine downspeeding.
Smithsonian Showcases Fort Collins’ Innovation
June 16, 2015 – Coloradoan
When Smithsonian Institute curators listed the country’s most innovative places, Fort Collins rose to the top alongside Hollywood and Silicon Valley in California.
Fort Collins will be featured this summer in “Places of Invention,” an exhibition at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. The exhibit will showcase how campus and community combine their energies in Fort Collins to create innovative clean-energy solutions.
Vandyne SuperTurbo™ raises $15 million
April 14, 2014 – Northern Colorado Business Report
LOVELAND – VanDyne SuperTurbo Inc. has completed a Series C equity financing round of $15 million, which it plans to invest in the final phase of commercialization of its SuperTurbo technology.
Loveland-based VanDyne makes a truck-engine management system called the SuperTurbo, which improves fuel economy and reduces soot emissions. The technology integrates the functions of supercharging and turbocharging into a single device.
Sen. Michael Bennet Visits Loveland Auto-tech Company VanDyne SuperTurbo™
April 14, 2014 – Reporter-Herald
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet’s tour of innovative Colorado companies stopped first in Loveland on Monday morning.
The senator spent about 25 minutes at VanDyne SuperTurbo, an automotive engine technology company that moved its main facility from Fort Collins to Loveland last year.
Company founder Ed VanDyne took Bennet on a tour of the research facility at 3755 Precision Drive in northeast Loveland, explaining the concept of his SuperTurbo invention and showing a prototype attached to a Cummins ISX diesel engine — commonly used in semis.
Capital Accelerates SuperTurbo™
February 15, 2012 – Coloradoan
Fort Collins-based VanDyne SuperTurbo™ has raised $8 million in venture capital to bolster its quest to develop new technology that will make internal combustion engines more efficient and compact.
The money, a round of financing from Northwater Capital’s Intellectual Property Fund, will be used to grow the company and hire new employees, said VanDyne SuperTurbo spokesman Tom Waldron.
Fort Collins’ VanDyne SuperTurbo™ Gets $8 Million Venture-capital Boost
February 15, 2012 – Denver Post
VanDyne SuperTurbo Inc.™ — a Fort Collins start-up with technology aimed at making auto and truck engines more efficient and more powerful — has received $8 million in venture capital funding.
The financing, led by Northwater Capital, a Toronto-based investment group, will enable VanDyne to perform expensive durability tests, said Tom Waldron, a company spokesman.
Aspirations in Colorado to Be a New Motor City
December 16, 2011 – The New York Times
In the far corner of the building was a Cummins diesel engine owned by VanDyne SuperTurbo™, a spinoff from Woodward Governor, a large Fort Collins-based energy management company. VanDyne pays to use the laboratory’s resources, including several students, to conduct durability and emissions testing on its SuperTurbo technology, a device that adds a two-way mechanical drive to a turbocharger.
In this wrinkle on conventional turbocharger design, the engine can drive the turbo directly, and the turbo can push power back into the engine through a direct mechanical link, a system known as turbocompounding. Testing suggests that the technology could offer fuel efficiency gains and carbon-dioxide-emission reductions of 30 percent, enabling automakers to use smaller engines.
Region Breaks Texas Hold on Top Performing Cities List
December 16, 2011 – Coloradoan.com
VanDyne SuperTurbo™ founder and CEO Ed VanDyne inspects a motor Thursday after running it with a team of engineers at the CSU Engines Lab in Fort Collins. VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.™ expects the developments to revolutionize combustion engines, making them more fuel-efficient and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.™ Featured in Wired Magazine
May 29, 2011 – Wired Magazine, June 2011
VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.™ was featured in an information graphic, The Emerging Epicenters of High Tech Industry. VanDyne was highlighted as a leading example in the Automotive Green Technology sector.
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VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.™ Featured in Envirotech & Clean Energy Investor Magazine
April 2011 – Envirotech & Clean Energy Investor
VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.™ was featured in the Deal Radar section of the April 2011 issue of Envirotech & Clean Energy Investor magazine — where the magazine highlights stories on the growth and financing plans of dynamic private companies, prospective IPOs and established listed companies.
VanDyne SuperTurbo™ Moves Headquarters to Old Town Fort Collins
February 15, 2011 – Northern Colorado Business Report
February 15, 2011 — FORT COLLINS – VanDyne SuperTurbo Inc., a company spun out of Woodward Co. (NYSE: WWD) in 2009, has relocated its corporate headquarters to the Opera Galleria on College Avenue in Fort Collins.
Could SuperTurbo™ Become the Hero on Fuel Economy?
September 2010 – From Diesel Progress
An easily missed announcement between Cummins and a start-up, VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.™, points the way to a future technology that could result in as much as 7% fuel savings for heavy trucks. This agreement is part of the Super Truck program, a cost-sharing initiative between the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the private sector that has teams from Cummins/Peterbilt, Daimler/Detroit Diesel and International Truck and Engine.
Army SuperTurbocharges into the Future
May 18, 2010 – From Automotive Engineering International Online
The U.S. Army SBIR Program has competitively selected and awarded a Phase 1 research contract to VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.™ The work will be based on a proposal titled: “Diesel Waste Heat Recovery Utilizing a SuperTurbocharger.”
All Systems Go for VanDyne Army Contract
April 23, 2010 – From Northern Colorado Business Report
VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.™ is really starting to pick up speed in its journey to revolutionize the auto industry. The VanDyne SuperTurbo™ will be tested in the U.S. Army’s Heavy Equipment Transporter truck.
US Army Awards SBIR Contract for Waste Heat Recovery Using a SuperTurbo™ “Hybrid Engine”
April 14, 2010 – From Green Car Congress
The US Army SBIR Program has competitively selected and awarded a Phase 1 research contract to VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.™ for a project developing a waste heat recovery system using VanDyne’s SuperTurbo™ technology.
Green State USA Meets Ed VanDyne
March 28, 2010 – From Cheese and Crackers
While out on the road researching our brand new Rocky Mountain PBS show, Green State USA, Cheese and Crackers met with one of Colorado’s green entrepreneurs, Ed VanDyne, Founder and CEO of VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.™