The energy storage solutions company Green Charge Networks is partnering with the prominent supply-chain solutions firm Flextronics to expand on Green Charge’s current market position with regard to its GreenStation intelligent energy storage system, according to recent reports.
As part of the partnership, Flextronics is going to be providing “on-demand” manufacturing of the GreenStation system for Green Charge — via manufacturing capacity at its customer innovation center in Milpitas, California.
Owing to the relatively rapid and ongoing growth of the energy storage market in California — especially in “behind-the-meter” applications onsite at commercial and industrial facilities — the potential seems to be there for Green Charge to see strong growth with its GreenStation technology. Which is no doubt the reason that the company has put together this new partnership.
The GreenStation technology/system is currently deployed at a wide number of different businesses, schools, universities, and municipalities — thereby (according to the company) reducing energy bills and improving the efficiency + reliability + resiliency of the electricity grid.
“Flextronics is proud to be Green Charge’s manufacturing partner, helping them to better meet the demands of their growing customer base,” stated Scott Graybeal, vice president of energy at Flextronics. “Energy storage technology is rapidly evolving and we are thrilled to help companies like Green Charge with our advanced innovative solutions and platform offerings that increase their competitiveness and decrease their time to market.”
“Green Charge has developed a leading-edge intelligent energy storage solution that not only benefits our customers, but helps pave the way towards a sustainable electric grid infrastructure of the future,” stated Vic Shao, CEO and Founder at Green Charge Networks. “Partnering with Flextronics, we’re thrilled to contribute to the revitalization of manufacturing in the US.”
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