Wipomo stands for “Wireless Power in Motion”, however, our definition of wireless power goes beyond inductive power transfer and includes technologies that can improve energy efficiency and versatility in transportation and buildings, like solar power, electric vehicles, emergency backup and microgrids.
"Power when you want it, where you want it, day or night - even during a utility blackout."
Our mission is to deliver clean-air technology solutions that reduce energy use, maintenance costs, and emissions.
Wipomo's Energy Ecosystem puts you "On the Road to Energy Independence". Save money, create jobs, make your own energy, and no more blackouts!
Join the Energy Ecosystem where it makes the most sense for you and never again be at the mercy of astronomical energy rate hikes.
A dedicated researcher of alternative fuels with experience in Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle conversions. Charlie's background is in software engineering and database management. His experiences include an e-commerce IPO, a $1 Billion UCSD giving campaign, and "The President's Club" in equipment sales. As a Board Member of the San Diego Renewable Energy Society (SDRES), a local chapter of the American Solar Energy Society (ASES), Charlie promotes community participation and education in energy efficiency projects.
Sam has trained a community of over 300 licensed contractors, project developers, business owners and home owners how to install solar photovoltaic systems; many earning NABCEP accreditation, the highest standard of certification in the solar industry.
As the Technology Lead for CalCars.org, Ron’s team created the world’s first Plug-In Prius. Ron’s open source Plug-In conversion guide birthed an industry. Ron will lead product certification and testing.
Co-owner of Butler Sun Solutions, Inc. Expertise in research and development of Battery Management Systems and electrical control systems. Roger will lead control systems development.
A widely publicized transportation and power generation expert. Alberto is an expert with Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (KERS), Mechanical Hybrid Vehicle modeling and analysis, and alt fuels.
Miscellaneous software engineering, database management, smartphone applications development. Grant writing, military consultant.
Awarded $500K California Solar Initiative grant. 10 years R&D engineering for communications and government defense projects. Founder and V.P. of Engineering at SaveEnergy123.com.
Daniel’s electrical engineering background includes Battery Management Systems and control systems.
A dedicated and enthusiastic technical writer with over 12 years experience in the software industry. Susan has strong analytical and organizational abilities and is experienced in prioritizing and completing numerous responsibilities while meeting time and budget targets.
Experience with projects such as Nick, Jr™'s "Yo, Gabba Gabba!"
Bhavna is a UCSD Computer Science Student that helps develop the company’s business model software, communicates with customers in meetings and via email, and manages the customer database.
Ashiq is UC Davis graduate in Environmental Science & Management, and an avid supporter of clean and green technology. He is experienced in qualifying homeowners for solar power and estimating the solar energy production potential. Ash's experiences as President of Pasadena City College's "See-Go-Green" club, includes launching the school's electronic waste recycling program.
Nico is a UCSD Environmental Engineering Student, who helps develop the company’s new website, branding and multimedia, to debut in 2018. Nico posts to social, edits video and audio for presentations and web, and assists with customer proposal research for business model development.
Prathamesh is a UCSD Mechanical Engineering Masters Graduate that automates the process of calculating energy load requirements and designing suitable solar PV system for residential complexes using AUTOCAD, Solidworks and MATLAB saving about 30% of the project completion time. He develops long term solar energy case assessments using PVWatts, PVsyst and/orPVSketch.
Nishank is a UCSD Mechanical Engineering Masters Graduate that improves efficiency of PV System Design through automation on Solidworks and DriveWorks, providing a potential licensing opportunity with Solidworks, in 3D CAD models, including wiring and routing of electrical components.
Tatiana, a UCSD graduate of Molecular Biology, shares evidence of the inevitable global transition to renewable energy via Wipomo's Facebook, Instagram and YouTube feeds.
Sam is an UCSD Environmental Engineer and Mechanical Engineer graduate that assists in performing energy efficiency site surveys and analysis for residential homeowners, to provide trade-off study assessment for the most cost effective options to meet customer goals and project site characteristics.
Joseph is a founding member of the Renewable Energy Society, a UCSD campus chapter of the American Solar Energy Society, Joseph is the project leader for the ESW / Sun Edison "Green Island" Solar Vehicle Charging Station at UCSD, a project that Wipomo is supporting.
Felix is an Alternative Vehicle industry expert, government policy liaison, entrepreneur with e-commerce exit.
Internationally recognized solar-thermal heat and power expert. Numerous patents and grant awards in energy efficiency, renewable energy. SDRES Board Member.
Was the Lead Principle Investigator on a large DOE program project in alternative energy since 2002.
20+ years entrepreneurial experience in IT, automotive, and related technologies. Experience growing a self-funded startup then selling to a public company.
Special thanks to our past team members and contributors: Abraham Reynaga, Ann Johnson, Alberto Boretti, Cameron Crow, Cindy Davenport, Danny Smith, Deris Jeanette, Dave Lettvin, John Benya, John Pagano, Suzana Corritori, Terri Steele.
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