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The Mackinac Technology Company

The Mackinac Technology Company applies the science of spectroscopy to develop technologies that manage electromagnetic energy, making products that support good health and wellbeing. Mackinac’s team of scientists and engineers work with research institutions and other partners to create innovative technologies for applications in building energy efficiency, blast mitigation, and transportation. We develop technologies and transform those technologies into useful products for residential, commercial, and government buildings, consumer electronics, and mobility applications to improve the health, comfort, and safety of people’s everyday lives.

Mackinac was established in Michigan in 2007, and today the company has a manufacturing plant in the Mississippi Delta and an international company, Mackinac GmbH, in Dresden, Germany.

In the news

2021

Secondary Window Attachments Ranked # 2 for High Impact Technologies by the DOE

READ MORE FROM DOE’S BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES OFFICE

2020

New Market Report by NEEA on Secondary Windows

READ MORE AT NEEA

The Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy — Enhancing Energy Security Through Defense Partnerships

READ MORE AT ARPA-E NEWS

Mackinac Advances to Final Pitch Competition and Exhibition at Futurebuild London 2020

READ MORE AT FUTUREBUILD NEWS

2019

Building Climate-Resilient Cities

READ MORE AT CHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING NEWS

Windows: No Longer Just for Letting in the Light — Could the humble window become the next big thing in green technology?

READ MORE AT SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN

2018

Chengdu International Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition Concluded InnoSTARS in L.A.

READ MORE ON US CHINA INNOVATION

Mackinac Invited to the Green Building Forum for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games

WATCH VIDEO FROM THE US COMMERCIAL SERVICE IN BEIJING

2017

Mackinac Looking to Expand Globally

READ MORE AT THE GRAND RAPIDS BUSINESS JOURNAL

Michigan firm’s high-tech windows reduce energy loss, stay clear

READ MORE AT MLIVE BUSINESS

2016

Achieving Zero: Student Engineers Accomplish Milestone in Energy-Efficient Window Retrofit Project

READ MORE ON CALVIN SPARK PUBLICATION

Michigan Energy Excellence Award – Mackinac’s Innovation Makes Windows More Efficient Without Replacing Them

READ MORE AT ENERGY NEWS

2015

Building Climate-Resilient Cities

READ MORE AT CHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING NEWS

Windows: No Longer Just for Letting in the Light — Could the humble window become the next big thing in green technology?

READ MORE AT SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN