Huntersville-based Atom Power Inc. has announced an order for 355 electric-vehicle charging stations based on its digital circuit-breaker technology to be installed at a 900-apartment cooperative in New York City.
ESD Global Selects Atom Power as Technology Vendor for Largest Single Contract, Multi-Family Electric Vehicle Charging Project in NYC
The project will help New York meet its goal of cutting carbon emissions and phasing out fossil fuel cars and trucks in 2034 by increasing access to electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
The continued push toward electrification creates a need for technologies that provide a way to integrate distributed energy resources (DERs) into the power grid, certainly at the residential level where electrification will likely have the greatest impact.
Looking to tap the burgeoning electric-vehicle charging market and planning to introduce its first residential product next year, Atom Power plans to open a 150,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in the Charlotte region next year.
A new focus on the burgeoning electric-vehicle charging market is driving Atom Power’s push into manufacturing with a plant expected to open in the region next year.
As Atom Power ramps up production at its new 23,000-square-foot headquarters and production plant in Huntersville, the company is focusing squarely on the fast-growing electric vehicle charging market.
Startup Atom Power is dragging Edison-era electrical equipment into the 21st century.
EV charging stations are a huge business. Some reports expect the market will be worth as much as $103.6 billion by 2028. That means there are dozens of options when it comes to finding a partner to help develop a charging station infrastructure for your fleet. Below, we’ve rounded up as many OEMs that we could find that specialize in charging battery electric trucks.
Atom Power, maker of a product suite that includes a digital circuit breaker, a distribution panel and software, was co-founded in 2014 by Ryan Kennedy and Denis Kouroussis. Last spring, the company’s digital circuit breaker, Atom Switch, was an honorable mention for Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards. In 2020, Atom Power raised a $17.5 million Series B funding round.
First and only UL listed digital solid-state circuit breaker enters new markets to fill the need for reliability and load management in the new energy economy.
It’s a sandbox for the electrification world.
Custom-based modules made from SiC MOSFETs minimise the impact of short circuits and overloads
Atom Power’s latest digital circuit breaker has gained UL listing under UL 489I.
Atom Power, the US-based inventor of the first digital circuit breaker, has announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued two patents for its solid-state circuit protection technology.
Atom Power, inventor of the world’s first and only digital circuit breaker, today announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued two patents for its solid-state circuit protection technology.
The electricity system is evolving from analog to digital — and that’s great news for transitioning off of fossil fuels.
Atom Power, the US start-up behind the world’s first digital circuit breaker, has announced its SiC power modules, models SWXFT100CPM and SWXFT50CPM, are UL Recognised to UL 1557.
Industry trailblazer achieves UL Recognition to UL 1557 for proprietary SiC Power Modules
Arc flash sparked idea for Atom Power, says engineer-turned-CEO. His startup, Atom Power, has a digital circuit breaker now in pilot tests and a second generation based on a custom module coming this summer.
A first-ever digital circuit breaker was certified for commercial use this month, according to a new story in Popular Mechanics.
Atom Power is bringing circuit breakers into the 21st century, combining software and connectivity to create the first digital circuit breaker certified by Underwriters Laboratories, which sets industry safety standards for consumer products.
Popular Mechanics: How the World’s First Digital Circuit Breaker Could Completely Change Our Powered World
3,000 times faster than the fastest mechanical breaker, this innovation could radically alter how we manage power.
Solar Power World: Atom Power releases new UL-listed digital circuit breaker to intelligently manage DERs
Atom Power announced its innovative digital circuit breaker technology is now UL-listed. The company says this is the first time in the history of commercial power distribution that a digital solid-state circuit breaker has been listed by UL.
New digital circuit breakers that combine computing power with wireless connectivity may finally replace an 140-year-old electromechanical technology.