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Sundial Energy, Inc.

What happens to critical network nodes when grid power is lost? CNIS an emergency back-up sytem, insures these nodes don't go dark.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Clean Technology
  • Location Tucson, AZ, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2007
  • Employees 10
  • Website

Company Summary

Sundial Energy, Inc. is developing a solar powered battery-based backup unit to support the smart grid to insure that vital electrically driven nodes of traffic and communications networks will not go dark. Sundial Energy’s CNIS - Critical Node Infrastructure Support - will significantly reduce power interruptions to emergency services, communications, and traffic signals during major outages. Initial customers will be telecom companies and FEMA.


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    Joel Pearson

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    Martin Karpiscak, PhD
    Sr. Advisor & Co-Founder

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    Thomas Brightman
    Dir of Design & Production & Co-Founder

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    Michael Freitas
    Dir of Marketing & Co-Founder

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    Robert Freitas
    President & Founder

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    James Alrutz
    Treasurer (Interim)

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    Glenn France
    Dir of Logistics & Fulfillment & Co-Founder

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    Clayton Esterson
    Head IT & Systems Engineering

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    Kevin Greer, PhD
    Electronics Engineer

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    Nick Berget

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    Satish Kholay

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    Bernard Otremba-Blanc, PhD
    Advisor -- International Markets

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    Marcus Needham
    Advisor -- Entrepreneurship


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    Larry Hecker, Hecker & Muehlebach PLLC; Gavin Milzarek-Desai, Quarles & Brady
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    Deborah Elver, CPA, Clear View Business Solutions