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FreeWire Technologies


Developing an innovative and scalable solution to the challenges facing workplace electric vehicle charging.

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FreeWire Technologies


Developing an innovative and scalable solution to the challenges facing workplace electric vehicle charging.

Electric vehicle adoption is rising dramatically, and companies such as these are struggling to keep up with the demands of workplace EV charging.

The current model of grid-tied stationary chargers imposes serious challenges, which we’ve identified through 120 face-to-face customer interviews.


Watch a brief introduction here:

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Technology + Service


FreeWire has a solution that combines better technology – mobility & autonomy – with a better business model – “Charging as a Service."

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Technology + Service


FreeWire has a solution that combines better technology – mobility & autonomy – with a better business model – “Charging as a Service."

Part 1: Technology

Mobi Charger: "Roomba meets EV Charging"

A fully mobile & semi-autonomous EV charging station with a modular battery system.  After picking up battery packs at a base station next to the building, Mobi can service an entire parking lot of EVs without having to electrify each spot.

 

Part 2: Business Model

"Charging as a Service"

Customers receive subsidized hardware and pay an ongoing monthly service fee. In exchange, FreeWire manages the entire EV charging ecosystem for an employer.

 

Key Advantages

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Product Roadmap


A roadmap that divides our innovative idea into a series of mezzanine products, thus emphasizing iterative product development & continuous customer feedback.

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Product Roadmap


A roadmap that divides our innovative idea into a series of mezzanine products, thus emphasizing iterative product development & continuous customer feedback.

Mobi Charger v0: Prototype

A fully-functional mobile EV charger with 10kWh of second-life Nissan Leaf battery modules onboard. Capable of charging vehicles at speeds of up to 5kW using a J1772 AC plug.

Mobi Charger v1: Mobility

FreeWire is introducing "Charging as a Service" (CaaS). We provide an attendant and manually-operated Mobi units. Advantages are no infrastructure cost, the ability to scale instantly, and no loss in employee productivity. Plus, landlords and tenants no longer have to argue about sharing a capital expense.

Mobi Charger v2: Mobility + Technology

Phase in robotics as we develop a semi-autonomous EV charger capable of moving car to car automatically. The Mobi will utilize second-life batteries in a modular battery system, and it will output both AC (Level 2 - J1772) and DC (Level 3 - CHAdeMO & SAE Combo).

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The Team


Founded out of UC Berkeley's Haas MBA program
& The Lean Launchpad, taught by Steve Blank.

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The Team


Founded out of UC Berkeley's Haas MBA program
& The Lean Launchpad, taught by Steve Blank.

Arcady Sosinov

Arcady Sosinov

CEO & Co-Founder

MBA, UC Berkeley
BS & BA, Economics

Expert in the automotive space. Founder of Sosi Performance. Seven years of experience in investment management.

Sameer Mehdiratta

Sameer Mehdiratta

Co-Founder

MBA, UC Berkeley
MS Manufacturing

Operations & supply chain guru. Founder of a software consulting firm in Silicon Valley. Experience with enterprise applications at IDT & HP.

 

Sanat 
Kamal Bahl

Co-Founder

MBA, UC Berkeley
MSEE & MSECE

Experienced product manager & electrical engineer. Co-founded Emmunify.org to solve the challenges of vaccination tracking. Published 14 papers in leading journals.

Luv 
Kothari

Co-Founder

MBA, UC Berkeley
MSECE

Talented electrical engineer and mobile chip architect with 18 patents and numerous publications in the semiconductor industry.

Advisory Board

Steve Blank

Father of the Lean Startup Movement
Co-Founder, E.piphany

Jerry Engel

Co-Founder & CFO, AllBusiness.com
General Partner, Monitor Ventures

Dr. Arne Stoschek

Co-Founder & VP of Engineering, Knightscope
Director of Advanced Engineering, Better Place