FreeWire Technologies

FreeWire Technologies

United States

Team size: 201 - 500

Sector: Transportation and mobility

About FreeWire Technologies


Founders: Arcady Sosinov, Jawann Swislow, Luv Kothari, Rich Steele, Sanat Kamal Bahl

Founded date: 2014

Company revenue: US$ 100 - 500 million

Investors: Alumni Ventures, BP, BlackRock, Elemental Excelerator, Volvo Cars

Company stage: Series C Plus

FreeWire Technologies provides smart battery systems for EV charging and mobile distributed power. It provides clean, quiet mobile power, and fast charging that’s available and easy to deploy. The company's products deliver power wherever and whenever users need it, without the added costs of construction or infrastructure upgrades. The company merges designs with convenient services to electrify industries formerly dependent on fossil fuels. FreeWire customers can tackle new applications and execute new business models without the complexity of upgrading traditional energy infrastructure. It also creates beautifully designed products and convenient services to electrify industries formerly dependent on fossil fuels. Their comprehensive solutions provide energy delivery and management that customers can rely on every day. The company is backed by venture capital firms and global fortune 500 companies. FreeWire Technologies was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Leandro, California.

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