COVID-19 Updates from KORE Power

COVID-19 Updates from KORE Power

Mr. Lindsay Gorrill
,
Chief Executive Officer & Director
·
March 25, 2020

First and foremost, I want to wish you and yours the best health and safety during these trying times. Business is important, but the mental and physical health of American and global citizens is paramount. On behalf of the KORE team, I would like to take this opportunity to thank members of the medical community, first responders, military men and women, and the individuals working hard each day to keep society moving forward. It may be difficult, but we will get past this.

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Welcome Andy Oranen

Welcome Andy Oranen

Mr. Andy Oranen
,
Global Talent Acquisition Manager
·
March 24, 2020

KORE Power would like to welcome Andy Oranen to our team! Andy is joining us as our Global Talent Acquisition and Human Resource Manager!We interviewed Andy to see why he decided to join KORE Power, take a look at our conversation below!

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Batteries Charging Batteries?

Batteries Charging Batteries?

Mr. Scott Osborne
,
Vice President of Sales
·
February 6, 2020

We are just at the dawn of the EV revolution, and already services stations around the UK are struggling to keep up with the demand for roadside recharge. In UK cities like York, few residents have access to home chargers, so they are dependent on public EV charging stations. To make it even more complicated, the services stations face big delays and heavy fees in order to upgrade their grid connection to the required service level.

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North America Factory Placement

North America Factory Placement

Mr. Mark Hagedorn
,
Vice President of Operations
·
January 21, 2020

The KORE Power North America Factory Site Selection Team has been strategically traveling around the continental U.S. exploring potential sites for our factory.

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KORE Power is ready to take on 2020

KORE Power is ready to take on 2020

Mr. Scott Osborne
,
Vice President of Sales
·
January 14, 2020

2019 brought so many opportunities to our industry. We regularly now see energy storage projects in the hundreds of Megawatts, even Gigawatts, in which we’re taking on gas peaker plants; a dream that was unheard of just a year ago. I remember in 2016 when 20 MWh was an impossible energy storage project size!

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