Energy Workforce & Technology Council welcomes new members VoltaGrid and Texas Institute of Science (TxIS).
VoltaGrid aims to change the energy landscape by developing and deploying innovative energy technologies that enable partners to focus on their core competencies while providing them with a practical choice to improve their ESG performance. To accomplish this goal, VoltaGrid is continually exploring new technologies and innovations.
VoltaGrid provides clean, reliable, intelligent and affordable turnkey power and fuel solutions for wherever you need power. Whether operating standalone (microgrid) or as a grid-connected stand by, the patent-pending modular system improves power quality and reliability while minimizing emissions. VoltaGrid’s patent-pending hybrid power solution offers several advantages over today’s conventional power sources.
Texas Institute of Science (TxIS) started in 2006 via the acquisition of Gamma Group, a high-tech consulting firm with a decade of experience, and an extensive professional network with Eastern universities, research institutes, and test facilities. The success of TxIS is due in part to its excellent reputation in Eastern academia, and its wide range of unmatched science and technology experts. Well known as a valued resource in the global oil, gas and energy sectors, TxIS welcomes projects in other technological fields as well.
Texas Institute of Science is the first true “just-in-time” full-service engineering services organization in the industry. TxIS actively manages more than 18,000 technologists and 800 test laboratories around the world through its 10 offices, providing a dynamic, real time service model. TxIS truly augments the needs of its clients, and in doing so, provides the client with increased technological expertise and a highly competitive edge.
“Expanding our reach underscores Energy Workforce’s role in delivering on the diverse needs of our members and unifying the energy services and technology sector. We’re pleased to have VoltaGrid and Texas Institute of Science join the association as we continue the work of advocating for the sector and the energy workforce of the future.”Energy Workforce CEO Leslie Beyer
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