Oak Ridge Energy Technologies Announces Formation of Business Advisory Committee
MELBOURNE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oak Ridge Energy Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: OKME) today announced the formation of its Business Advisory Committee (BAC). The BAC will bring together internationally recognized experts from the energy industry, the public sector, and academia in these key areas of this industry: energy storage, finance and executive management. The BAC will provide practical guidance, insight and validation on the strategic plans and priority business development areas of the company.
“[a]s Oak Ridge Energy Technologies continues to expand its market position as an innovator in energy storage solutions.”
According to Steve Barber, CEO, Oak Ridge Energy Technologies, members of the BAC will bring unique perspectives and experiences to help guide the growth “[a]s Oak Ridge Energy Technologies continues to expand its market position as an innovator in energy storage solutions.”
Determined to remain forward-looking, Oak Ridge Energy Technologies plans to invest heavily in research and development, focusing on the quality of its technology and increased innovation. The company is renowned for its leading expertise, which provides unparalleled understanding of the energy storage industry.
Mark Meriwether, Director at Oak Ridge, believes the BAC’s willingness “to provide strategic advice to Oak Ridge Energy Technologies clearly illustrates the company’s long-standing reputation as an innovation leader.”
The newly-formed Business Advisory Committee will strengthen the company’s energy storage sector intelligence foundations, bringing in new and fresh perspectives and expertise from its respected members. This will help the company further develop innovative technologies and intellectual services that address market-specific needs in one of the most important industries of today and tomorrow.
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