Our current electric grids are not designed to handle the influx of EV Charging stations
Without an innovative grid solution, majority of US cities will risk having grid blackouts and exorbitant electric bills.
The current electric grid is based and sized on supply and demand of electricity from historical data.
EV Charging stations will disrupt this model due to their high volt age requirements. Cities will have to rely on expensive reserve energy from fossil fuels.
Our solution provides the answer to the complexities and challeng es of our current grid.
Our solution is based on leveraging existing wind, solar, and battery storage
We provide renewable energy to EV Chargers in our network – when and where its needed
We stablish long-term partner ships with selected site partners that secure recurrent revenue streams into the future.
We build stationary and portable EV chargers with batteries to add flexibility to customers to use when and where they need it.
Our deployment doesn’t depend on each utility’s regulations that require substation upgrades and new site installations.
Our solution is scalable in many midsize and small cities, , especially where individual non-public commuting is required.
This is the opportunity of our lifetime to completely change transportation
EV Chargers will require 500 TWh by
2040, 11% of the entire US
We are innovating in technology and remote renewable energy supply
OUR REFUELING STATIONS CAN WORK TOGETHER AS A FULLY INTEGRATED NETWORK
Our chargers are designed to have flexibility in their electricity capacity and ascetics. The chargers are perfect for commercial solutions, home use, and portability.
Reliable charging experience and networked stations allow us to proactively monitor sites and optimize revenue
President/Foundor & Business Development Hong Z. Durandal
International Business Development
Investments & Finance
Shah Imran, CFA
M&A and Equity Research
Solar Design & Engineering
Solar Design and Engineering
Civil Design & Engineering
Fu Zhang, PE
Civil Design & Engineering
Technology & Procurement
Procurement and manufacturing
Expert in substations and DC Superchargers
As an expert on RE, grids, and expertise in engineering Tobias unites the most diverse interfaces from planning/design phase, implementation and operation phase. With national and international professional experience, Tobias supports with expert knowledge independent, neutral and flexibly worldwide.
Assoc. Prof., Technology, Illinois State University
Prof. Matt Aldeman research is focused on the optimization modeling for charging sites to include solar and mini-energy storage co-location. This has led to the development of remote-control charging and price optimization. In addition, to correctly size solar systems and battery storage units.
Prof., Economics, Illinois State University
Prof. David Loomis specializes in regulatory policy issues in electricity, natural gas and telecommunications with an emphasis in renewable energy.
Specialties: Electricity, Natural Gas, Telecommunications, Forecasting, Renewable Energy, Wind Energy