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- Forbes China profiles Enevate President & CEO Brian Wong [ENGLISH TRANSLATION], March, 2014
USA innovative energy storage company Enevate Corporation’s CEO is Brian Wong, a Chinese American who frequently travels between California USA and the coastal areas in southeast China to engage battery manufacturers. Even though he has been in the profession for 32 years, and successfully lead two startup companies, he has now joined his third startup …
- Forbes China profiles Enevate President & CEO Brian Wong, March, 2014
美国创新蓄电公司（Enevate Corporation）CEO、美籍华人黄百海（Brian Wong）时常穿梭于美国加州和中国东南沿海各城市的电池制造产业群。虽已在职场打拼32年，成功领导过两家创业公司，他仍然显得像现在所处的锂电池行业那样“能量充沛”——这已经是他第3次加入创业公司。
- Enevate Names Kirk Shockley as Vice President of Operations & Quality, April 16, 2013Enevate Corporation, a leading developer of advanced rechargeable Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, is pleased to announce that Kirk Shockley has joined its executive management team as the vice president of operations and quality. In this role, Mr. Shockley will lead global manufacturing, quality, supply chain, and sourcing for Enevate’s Li-ion batteries utilizing its novel HD-Energy™ ...
- Enevate Corporation Raises $24M in Series B Funding, December 11, 2012Enevate Corporation, a leading developer of advanced rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, has completed Series B financing of $24M. The round includes new investors CEC Capital, Tsing Capital, Presidio Ventures – a Sumitomo Corporation company, other strategic investors, and existing investors Mission Ventures and Draper Fisher Jurvetson.
- Enevate Expands Executive Management Team, December 10, 2012Enevate Corporation, a leading developer of advanced rechargeable Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, is pleased to announce that Steve Pierce has joined its executive management team as vice president of engineering.
- O.C. Battery Developer Triples Its Headquarters, October 3, 2011Enevate Corp., rechargeable battery developer, is moving to 22,000-square-foot space in the University Research Park adjacent to UC Irvine and owned by the Irvine Co.
- Battery Maker Triples Space in Irvine for Push on Lithium-Ion, October 3, 2011Enevate takes 22,000 SF; aims for cell phones. An Irvine-based startup backed by venture capitalists is tripling its space with a new headquarters at University Research Park as it shifts toward commercialization.
- Next-Generation Li-ion Battery Company Strikes Lease at University Research Park, October 3, 2011Enevate Corporation, a developer of next-generation rechargeable lithium-ion batteries for smartphones, tablets and other applications, has leased about 22,000 square feet of space at the Irvine Company’s University Research Park.
- Enevate Corporation Selected by AlwaysOn as a GoingGreen Global 200 Winner, September 23, 2011Enevate Corporation, a leading developer of next-generation rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, today announced that it has been chosen by AlwaysOn as one of the GoingGreen Global 200 winners.
- Enevate Unveils New Technical Advisory Board, December 1, 2010Enevate Corporation, a leading developer of advanced rechargeable Li-ion batteries, announced a Technical Advisory Board comprised of a unique combination of battery industry experts and leaders to provide additional strategic oversight and direction for the Company’s R&D efforts.
- Carbon Micro Battery Corporation Announces Name Change to Enevate Corporation, August 2, 2010Innovating energy storage enabling longer uptime in less space for next-generation 3G and 4G smartphones, mobile handsets and portable consumer electronics.
- Carbon Micro Battery Becomes Enevate, August 2, 2010Irvine-based Enevate Corporation, which is backed by Mission Ventures and Draper Fisher Jurvetson, said today that it has renamed itself from Carbon Micro Battery.