MIT award winning technology, MF Fire, is disrupting a $6 billion market and is labeled “a game changer” by Smithsonian Magazine.
MF Fire is a technology company built by fire scientists engineering the perfect burn. Our app-driven, ultra-clean wood stove is MIT-award winning technology innovating and changing a $6B market. Traditional wood stoves are dirty and inefficient. We re-imagined the wood stove as a clean energy source and created a smart stove that delivers the cleanest burn ever achieved: 20x cleaner than the new EPA regulations, 60x cleaner than the average stove, and producing less smoke than a single cigarette.
Our smart stove technology delivers a perfect burn every time. Users get ‘push-button’ simple, automated control via a Nest-like experience and smart app. Imagine remotely starting your fire on your last ski run, extending the burn time during a party or increasing the heat output to quickly break the chill. To complete the user experience, we add a 180° full fire viewing experience. You can control the burn at the touch of a button. Just set your room temperature and let the smart controller take over.
2014 MIT Clean Energy Prize, Grand Prize at the 2014 Wood Stove Design Challenge, Low Emissions Prize at the 2013 Wood Stove Design Challenge. Recently announced as the 2016 ICE Award recipient for Innovation. Featured in Smithsonian, National Geographic, Popular Mechanics, Fast Company, Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, among others.
Founded by two fire scientists with the strong combustion and engineering background necessary to maintain a technological advantage in this field. The founders recruited a CEO with 28 years of entrepreneurial and executive experience in bringing new technology solutions to market, culminating in several IPO and M&A events.
MF Fire has reached its current state of maturity with the assistance of three (3) non-dilutive funding events totaling $300,000 and one (1) non-dilutive investment of in kind services provided by the University of Maryland estimated at $100,000. The in kind services provided lab space and resources helpful in the commercialization of MF Fire technology. The total non-dilutive investments have allowed the company to advance past initial research and development, through in home beta tests and prepare for a commercial market launch.