The Silicon Valley is home to the electrical storage company Deeya Energy, a manufacturer of the L-Cell battery. It’s based on a NASA development in the early 70s as a potential energy storage method for long-term space flights.
Deeya is experienced in industrial power, energy storage, telecommunications, semiconductors, and chemical industries, and has recently appointed a new CEO.
“The ability to store energy is important to enabling the next generation of energy technology,” Truman says. “Cost-effective storage solutions for solar, wind, and grid power will fuel the next stages of renewable energy adoption and bring about even greater adoption of green energy.”
After helping found Fremont-based solar panel manufacturer Solyndra, and serving as its senior vice president, Dr. J. Kelly Truman is ready to take on his new position. And with experience in marketing, sales, business development, customer service, government affairs, intellectual property, and corporate communications, he brings a lot to the company.
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