Primus Power

Primus Power is a producer of energy storage products, namely sustainable liquid batteries used to support the electric grid. The Company has developed a zinc-bromine flow battery, called the EnergyPod, with support from the Department of Energy. The EnergyPod can scale from 25kW to 25MW for use on corporate campus or on site next to the substation, wind farm, or solar farm. The low maintenance Primus Power batteries allow five-hour discharge and twenty-year lifespan, necessary for grid applications.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Hayward, US
Founded
2009
Size (employees)
63 (est)+5%
Primus Power was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Hayward, US

Key People/Management at Primus Power

Tom Stepien

Tom Stepien

CEO
Paul Kreiner

Paul Kreiner

VP Engineering
Hossein Kazemi

Hossein Kazemi

VP Systems Engineering
Mark Collins

Mark Collins

VP Operations
Gerardo la O

Gerardo la O

VP Technology
Brian Dillard

Brian Dillard

VP Product Management and Business Development

Primus Power Office Locations

Primus Power has an office in Hayward
Hayward, US (HQ)
3967 Trust Way
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Primus Power Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Primus Power's latest funding round in March 2017 was reported to be $32 m. In total, Primus Power has raised $112.1 m

Primus Power Operating Metrics

Sep, 2015Jun, 2016Jan, 2017Sep, 2017Feb, 2018

Patents Issued

2225323440

Countries

7911

Patents Pending

2629
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Primus Power News and Updates

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