Solidifying Joule Case's expertise and leadership in the development of innovative battery systems, President Alex Livingston and CTO Dave DeMuro have been selected to speak and present at The Battery Show, September 13-15, 2022 in Novi, MI.
The Battery Show is a leading advanced battery and electric vehicle technology conference that brings together engineers, business leaders, top-industry companies, and innovative thinkers to discover ground-breaking products and create powerful solutions for the future.
Livingston will present a case study on how Joule Case will help transform the future of fuel stations. By adding battery systems and solar panels to their infrastructure, fuel stations can remain relevant and useful to customers as they transition to electric vehicles. With the switch to renewable energy, these updated stations will also help alleviate the strain on the power grid that electric vehicles will bring. You can read more about our vision for the future of fuel stations here.
DeMuro, a leading authority in battery management systems, will take the stage alongside executives from Dell, Intel, and Microsoft to discuss Optimising Fast Charge for Consumer Batteries. During this panel discussion, these experts will outline solutions for delivering fast and full battery charging with minimal battery degradation, while considering for safety, speed, and thermal issues.
For more information, please visit https://www.thebatteryshow.com/.
For over 15 years, Alex has been responsible for top to bottom product development, both software and hardware. Alex wrote his senior thesis on distributed renewable energy storage systems and built his own electric vehicle in 2007. This ultimately led to the creation of his first battery startup, R2EV, which sought to revolutionize electric vehicles. An entrepreneur at heart and spirit, he holds multiple patents, including his latest entitled "Modularized ESS And Power Distribution System" and is once again focused on creating a revolution—this time by unlocking the possibilities of batteries to help supplement the massive power demands of electric vehicles on centralized power grids.
Dave DeMuro is an innovative and analytical electrical engineer and MBA with more than 30 years of experience in consumer product development at Fortune 50 companies, including Apple and Motorola. He holds 17 U.S. patents, principally in the area of LiIon batteries and power management.