eNow Events

eNow one of 10 Best Tech Start-ups in RI

eNow one of 10 Best Tech Start-ups in RI

(July 25, 2018) The online publication Tech Tribune announced their list of the best tech startups in each state this week. Proudly, eNow was selected as one of the top ten in the state of Rhode Island.

The Tech Tribune staff conducted research using criteria that included but was not limited to, revenue potential, leadership team, brand/product traction and competitive landscape. Additionally, companies were required to be independent (un-acquired), privately owned, at most 10 years old, and have received at least one round of funding in order to qualify.

Founded in 2017, The Tech Tribune delivers the latest technology news, in-depth technology-based articles, and insights on the hottest technology startups all over the world.

About eNow: Founded in 2011, eNow is a clean-technology company specializing in renewable energy systems. eNow’s product line includes proprietary systems that reduce engine idling, extend auxiliary battery life and run time for in-cab HVAC, hotel loads, liftgates, telematics, refrigeration units, and safety lighting. eNow’s patented solar panels are thin, flexible, lightweight – yet rugged enough to withstand the harsh environment on top of transport vehicles, including heavy-duty trucks, buses, and military vehicles. In May 2018, eNow introduced the first zero-emission solar-electric refrigeration system on a 53’ trailer. eNow system reliability has been confirmed by numerous case studies and white papers – as well as performance data from more than 5,000 eNow-powered vehicles on the road. http://www.enowenergy.com

eNow exhibits at 2018 Mobile Laboratory Conference

eNow exhibits at 2018 Mobile Laboratory Conference

eNow will showcase its mobile solar systems at the 2018 Mobile Laboratory Coalition Conference in Detroit, MI on July 25-27.  STEM professionals and educators from around the world will gather there to learn about advances in mobile teaching labs – such as powering mobile laboratories with eNow’s mobile solar systems. Traveling laboratory education programs help address the nation’s science education challenge by providing equity of access to authentic hands-on, inquiry-based, contemporary science education for K-12 students. The Mobile Laboratory Coalition conference is hosted by Triune Specialty Trailers and MdBio Foundation and takes place at Wayne State University.

Photos: (top) courtesy of Mobile Laboratory Coalition; (bottom) eNow-powered Navistar Super Truck; (inset) eNow’s mobile solar power system demo vehicle.

 

We enjoyed seeing you at these events: