Cincinnati-based Pilus Energy gets new owner, launches crowdfunding campaign

Company aims to raise $50K from supporters

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It sounds like a plot from a futuristic movie: Tiny robots that eat pollution in wastewater and use it to create energy.

But Cincinnati-based Pilus Energy is making it happen.


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