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August 4, 2017

Startup vs. Corporate: Finding your career in engineering

On August 2nd, four engineers gathered to talk about their career path and how they've navigated or chosen between startups and corporate jobs. ... more
June 15, 2017

FreeWire Joins BP’s Mobility Tech Accelerator

BP's Mobility Tech Accelerator is the first of its kind, enabling startups and corporations to fuel cross-industry partnerships - all with the mission to make unprecedented leaps in mobility and trans... more
May 15, 2017

FreeWire Recognized By The German Energy Agency

FreeWire was recognized by the “German Energy Agency”, dena, as one of the Top 100 startups from the “Start Up Energy Transition” global initiative. Dena initiated the Energy Transit... more
May 8, 2017

Supporting the March for Science

One of the largest satellite marches took place on in Los Angeles, where an estimated 50,000 participants gathered at Pershing Square. Public figures and activists delivered speeches from the main sta... more
November 21, 2016

Eye On Mobile EV Charging In Honolulu

After a successful dedication ceremony last Thursday, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Pacific Business News summarizes some key takeaways. ... more
November 7, 2016

Poised For Growth

FreeWire Technologies announced today that Dr. Carolin Funk has joined the company as the VP of Growth. She brings a wealth of expertise of the energy industry as well as energy policy from her time a... more
August 17, 2016

Energy Storage in Midst of the Sun and Surf

The State of Hawaii, from government representatives to energy service providers to citizens, want to rely as heavily on renewable energy sources as possible. Hawaii has a clear and ambitious goal to ... more
July 15, 2016

Mobi Chargers To The Rescue

One evening in May of 2015, Danny Kennedy, the co-founder of Sungevity, ran out of charge on his Fiat 500e and one of FreeWire’s Mobi Chargers came to the rescue. It’s commonplace...... more
July 12, 2016

Will The Next Disaster Doom The Nation’s Energy Grid?

California is positioned for a power calamity. Not only does the state have the most expensive energy in the continental U.S., but also the least reliable. It’s had more than 470 power outages this ... more
June 20, 2016

Sustainable, Resilient, Mobile Power For Today’s Challenges And Tomorrow’s Disasters

Backup power in cases of emergencies is necessary at the municipal level. They are highly encouraged at the household level, especially in areas more prone to disasters due to natural weather patterns... more

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