FRIDAY HARBOR, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/23/13 -- Strategic News Service (SNS) is proud to announce that Electro Power Systems SpA (EPS) has been selected as a 2013 FiReStarter company to be featured at its 11th annual Future in Review (FiRe) technology conference, described the by The Economist as "the best technology conference in the world." FiReStarters are selected based on the strength of their innovations and their potential to bring positive change to the world, and are showcased during the conference both at an exclusive investor reception and in panels throughout the event.
Founded in 2005, Electro Power Systems (EPS) is a recognized innovator and market leader for hydrogen-based fuel-cell energy-storage solutions. These advanced fuel-cell systems deliver clean, automatically rechargeable energy storage and power production anywhere, anytime, effectively and efficiently guaranteeing always-on power for virtually any application.
"EPS has achieved a significant milestone in fuel-cell technology, combining reliability, efficiency, and cost, and being able to design, produce, and install more than 650 systems so far in three continents around the world, mainly into the telecom backup industry. The next frontier in front of us is to better exploit our unique technology into the broader concept of energy storage systems suitable for smart grid and rural electrification purposes, expanding significantly the business horizon," said Stefano Poli, Electro Power Systems CEO and a private shareholder.
Future in Review is an annual gathering of world-class thought leaders in technology and economics, convened each year with the goals of providing the best look forward in these fields, and of using technology to solve major world challenges. These goals have been consistently achieved through FiRe's collaboration across disparate industries and through active support from the FiRe community. Now in its 11th year, FiRe 2013 will take place May 21-24 at the beautiful Montage Resort in Laguna Beach, California.
"Energy storage at every scale continues to be the limiting characteristic in the technology growth story. By bringing an innovative new approach to this issues, Electro Power is opening the door to a new path for global economic growth," said Mark Anderson, FiRe Chair and SNS CEO.
To register, and to see the current list of FiRe participants and selected speakers, go to www.futureinreview.com.
Strategic News Service was founded by Mark Anderson in 1995 as the first paid online news service. Since its inception, SNS has proven the most accurate predictive report covering technology and the global economy. Its subscribers include top managers at technology and finance companies across the globe, including Oracle, Microsoft, Dell, HP, Cisco, Intel, Google, British Telecom, SpaceX, Amazon, Telstra, and others.
SNS has been operating the annual FiRe Conference since 2003. FiRe exposes world experts and participants to new ideas, and conversations about them, producing an accurate portrait of the future; and focuses on creating technology solutions to current local and global problems. FiRe 2013 will take place May 21-24 at the Montage Resort in Laguna Beach, CA. For more information go to www.futureinreview.com.
Future in Review is a Strategic News Service conference. Future in Review and Strategic News Service are registered international trademarks. The SNS newsletter is the most accurate publicly ranked predictive newsletter in computing and communications.
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