Microtron Technologies is an international technology development company dedicated to creating a sustainable future - operating at the cutting edge of energy-sector research, manufacturing and product deployment.
The current focus of the company is on commercializing a next generation energy storage technology which has the potential to alter the global energy sector as we know it. Microtron’s proprietary Composite Charge Cache (C-cube) technology and Graphene battery is disruptive, and will expedite the electrification of transport sector as well as enable greater integration of renewables in the global energy mix.
Microtron is working with several technology partners around the world to develop a plethora of products and applications that could use Microtron’s Graphene battery.
Headquartered in Washington DC and with a network of partners around the world Microtron is well positioned to offer its innovative products and solutions in both the developed and developing countries’ markets.
We are technology entrepreneurs committed to helping make the world a better place.
We firmly believe that technology is the key to unlocking a sustainable future and solving many of the challenges that the world faces today - such as climate change, poverty, lack of access to energy, water and sanitation, and more. It is these global challenges that spark our inventiveness and entrepreneurial spirit.
There are billions of people in the developing world that lack basic services, and rely on technologies of the past; and it is these fertile grounds of innovation that inspire us to deploy our technologies. Microtron products and projects seek to enable communities in developing countries to leap-frog to the technologies of the future, but can also radically improve quality of life in developed countries.
As a global company, we aim to facilitate technology and knowledge transfer opportunities between North and South - and operate at a scale to materially impact the world’s use of energy by creating pivotal innovations that vastly improve existing technologies, and eliminate barriers to mass adoption.
By leveraging an electrostatic vs electrochemical storage approach. Microtron is able to achieve performance attributes unattainable with chemical batteries. This makes Microtron solutions suitable for a range of challenging applications that require intense charge or discharge rates, high cycle life or challenging environmental locations.
Unlike chemical batteries, electrostatic storage is not vulnerable to excessive heating and highly exothermic uncontrolled chemical reactions.
Microtron technologyâ€™s long cycle life, high efficiency and robust temperature performance provide high long term value in many applications.
We are a passionate collection of sustainability professionals and electronics engineers from around the world seeking to improve energy systems.
Nasir Khattak is an entrepreneur and environmental and energy policy professional with over 20 years of experience in Climate Change policy and international development, and in the private sector including real estate and automobile industries. He serves on the Board of the Washington DC based Climate Institute where he has had a long career of working on sustainable energy and environmental programs and projects of the Institute in over 20 countries. Nasir has spoken at numerous conferences including the United Nations General Assembly to promote renewable energy in the developing world and actions to combat climate change. Nasir’s business and professional experience also includes work on sustainable housing projects, and on green products and technologies. Nasir has a Masters in Environmental & Energy Management from George Washington University in Washington, and bachelors in Civil Engineering and a Bachelors of Arts in Law and Political Science from Peshawar, Pakistan.
Waseem Ashraf Qureshi is an inventor and electronic engineer who researches and develops innovative solutions for tomorrows complex problems. One of Pakistan’s youngest National Science Award recipients, Waseem pioneered the Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) revolution in Pakistan in the mid-1980s. Waseem then launched a satellite car tracking security system in 1990 before following a career in telecommunications and power electronics which gave him the opportunity to carry out research work in many parts of the world. In 2009, Waseem established MiccGreen Tec as a solar and technology development company in Dubai, UAE, and has since then focused his efforts on R&D creating a long list of innovative technologic solutions that will disrupt markets and improve energy systems through the world. Waseem Qureshi has won many recognitions for his successful off-grid projects in the UAE, and his work has been featured in many magazines and newspapers.
Joe O'Shea is an expert in intellectual property, licensing, international trade development, joint venture structuring, innovation management and related corporate entity structuring for intellectual property commercialization, technology acquisition due diligence, technology valuations, inter-company and external commercial transactions. Skills include strategy development, business modeling, preparation, negotiation and execution of complex technology asset transfer transactions shaped around prevailing business circumstances. These include agreements which in whole or in part include the development of intellectual property (both individually and jointly), technology mergers and acquisitions, trade offset agreements, and structured financing terms and other intellectual property licensing. Current emphasis is helping technology start-up companies manage, develop and execute agreements necessary to bring their intellectual property assets to their full commercialization potential and assist their private equity and venture capital sponsors in technology licensing or the eventual sale of the start-up to an interested corporate entity. Previously, Joe worked at GE for 34 years finishing his career there as the Chief Innovation Officer & Managing Director, Ventures for GE Licensing & Trading. Thereafter he helped Danaher acquire innovative technologies as Director, Corporate Development - Open Innovation. He holds an MBA from Pace University, Lubin School of Business and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers University.
Carl Eckstein is a former venture capitalist, and served as a founder and Managing Director of NextGen Capital Fund I and NextGen II venture capital funds; participated in 22 investments, mergers and acquisitions, and replaced the CEOs of three struggling portfolio companies, steering them to successful exits. Initially for IBM and later as a Manager at Price Waterhouse, a principal with Arthur Young and through his own firm, Mr. Eckstein provided professional consulting and technology services to over 250 corporations, federal government and not-for-profit organizations. Among his technology accomplishments, Mr. Eckstein designed the first fully integrated ERP systems for manufacturing for AO Smith, the first Wiki for the Federal Communications Commission, and helped develop the first GIS system for transportation routing. He has lectured at several universities on the investment in early-stage companies. Mr. Eckstein holds a degree in Microbiology from Ohio State University.
Raffy Ekhsigian is a founding Associate of NextGen Capital, L.L.C., led the funds financial operations and actively engaged in investor relations, capital formation, and managing new business opportunities. In his career, Mr. Ekhsigian has served as senior management roles in hardware, software, and internet companies. In addition he currently serves as Chief Financial Officer of a private real estate development and investment firm (wholly owned subsidiary of multinational conglomerate), Mr Ekhsigian manages multiple subsidiaries and reports directly to the President and parent corporation. Mr Ekhsigian’ s diverse experience and responsibilities encompass capitalization, asset management, business and corporate development, and capital transactions. He has closed over $500 million of transactions. Mr Ekhsigian earned an MBA from George Mason University, a BA in Economics from Whittier College, and is an honorary member of Omicron Delta Epsilon economics society.
Peter Boyd works on accelerating entrepreneurial opportunities to solve climate change. In 2014, he moved from launch director and COO of the Carbon War Room, to start The Time4Good Group; which has included advising The B Team on their ‘Net-Zero’ initiative, and advising several high-growth companies on strategy and marketing. In parallel, Peter is an Executive Fellow at Yale University’s Center for Business and the Environment.
Tani Colbert-Sangree is a Sustainable Development Consultant with 5+ years experience in the areas of GHG mitigation projects, economic development through community based initiatives, sustainable agriculture and the implementation of sustainable technologies. In his work for the College and City of Oberlin Ohio, Mr. Colbert-Sangree established the Carbon Management Fund to achieve carbon neutrality goals through locally impactful projects. As a consultant for the Climate Institute, he produced sustainability recommendations for sustainable agriculture and economic development spanning the Black Belt Region of Alabama, USA the State of Piauí, Brazil, and the Upton Neighborhood of West Baltimore, USA. Through systems-based thinking, Tani strives to re-imagine the patterns by which we live, incorporating novel technological solutions to reduce GHG emissions and build a sustainable world.
Meg is currently aiding the Microtron Team as a Graduate Research Fellow. She will be graduating from Penn State University in 2017 with both a B.A. in International Politics and a Masters of International Affairs. She has spent two summers working for the Department of State in Washington, D.C. and at the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines. She speaks French, Arabic, and Portuguese.
â€śComing together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.â€ťHenry Ford
Microtron Technologies participated in “Solar Pakistan” this year officially known as the 6th International Renewable Energy Exhibition and Conference. This event had more than 150 exhibitors from 15 countries all over the world and highlighted new technologies in the renewable resource sector. As countries face possible energy issues in the future; this event looke.......
Microtron Technologies, Inc. showcases its MOTEV product line, at Solar Middle East, 2017 in
Dubai, UAE. MOTEV products utilize Microtron’s proprietary Graphene based energy storage
and fast charging technology that has the potential to revolutionize the automotive industry. By
reducing charging times for electric vehicles to less than the time it takes to refuel a.......
Microtron Technologies, Inc. showcased the MOTEV E-mobility product line at Intersolar Middle East, 2016 in Dubai, UAE. As experienced through past exhibitions, the ultra-capacitor fast-charging battery technology excited delegates and visitors at the Intersolar Middle East Exhibition, resulting in Microtron building valuable connections to enter regional markets around the globe.
Microtron team briefed Mr. Malik Shah Muhammad Khan Wazir (Special Assistant to Chief Minister for Transport & Mass Transit Department KPK) on the ecosystem of Rick-e and Microtron's eco friendly technologies. A demonstration of Rick-e was also given. Visit the Rick-e official product launch site for more details and to get in .......
His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum conversed with Microtron’s Inventor, Founder and President Waseem Ashraf Qureshi about Microtron’s 16-30 second fast charging electric vehicles, and the future of transportation.
Microtron Technologies Inc., was the Innovation Sponsor at the Solar Middle East Exhibition, 2016, in Dubai, UAE, launching its MOTEV E-mobility prod.......
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