eleXsys receives significant interest from global utilities at Free Electrons event
August 9, 2022
The eleXsys Energy team’s recent visit to Chicago for a Free Electrons event was a major success, with our technology triggering significant interest from participating utility companies.
eleXsys was among the Free Electron finalists chosen to advance to the energy innovation program’s Master Module following the Bootcamp Pitch Event earlier this year.
We were represented in Chicago by Executive Director, Richard Romanowski, Vice President of Development – North America, Steve Thrall, and Senior Business Development Manager, Wilfred Audley.
“Free Electrons is a really beneficial program for eleXsys to participate in, as it provides access to international energy utilities that are leaders in the clean energy transition,” Mr Romanowski said.
“Our technology unleashes massive DER opportunities for utilities that reduce the reliance on big solar and big wind for renewables. I’m delighted that we were the only participant to receive significant interest from every member of the alliance of energy utilities.
“eleXsys is committed to enabling the adoption of renewable energy systems on a global scale, so Free Electrons is an outstanding opportunity to partner with utilities on the testing and deployment of renewable solutions.
“At this stage, we are in discussions about two major international demonstration projects that would include the installation and deployment of eleXsys technology on local microgrids and networks.”
During each Free Electrons module, the community of experts, utilities, local accelerators and mentors help participants to jump start their business through one-on-one meetings and structured group sessions.
The Master Module in Chicago sought to match solutions with concrete, real-world challenges. eleXsys had access to industry mentors and gained valuable insights into the utility piloting process.
Our team is looking forward to completing the Free Electrons Final Module in October which will be hosted in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
To learn more about the Free Electrons energy innovation program click here.
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