LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Patented battery system provider Joule Case received the first ever CleanTech Deal of the Year recognition at the inaugural 2022 Equity Crowdfunding Awards gala last week. The awards ceremony was the foundational event of the 2022 Equity Crowdfunding Week, a three-day showcase of leaders, founders and investors involved with the crowdfunding industry.
Nominees for each award were determined by quantitative and qualitative factors detailed by the KingsCrowd rating and analytics platform, and then opened to public voting to determine the winner.
“This is a validation for our investors, our team, our customers and everyone who believes in our vision and ability to transform industries with flexible, scalable and emission-free energy sources,” said James Wagoner, CEO, Joule Case. “Our momentum and increasing success in current and emerging markets would not be possible without your support. We also want to thank KingsCrowd, StartupStarter and everyone who made this event possible to bring together and recognize incredibly inspiring companies.”
Earlier this year, Joule Case completed a successful crowdfunding campaign that raised $1,127,379 and attracted 920 investors. It then opened a new $4M round on Wefunder to raise a total of $5M to expand into new markets where clean, safe, and cost-efficient renewable power is a strategic priority and an ideal match with the company’s portable, emission-free energy storage expertise and product line.
The company has recently partnered with Insane Impact, to offer a new off-grid, battery-powered solution for its state-of-the-art displays which have elevated some of the most prestigious live experiences from globally recognized sporting events to music festivals to experiential installations for the world’s leading brands. Joule Case is also partnering with Dronedek to provide emissions-free power to its “mailbox of the future” products that deliver a secure deposit receptacle for autonomously and traditionally delivered packages.
Prior to the awards ceremony, Joule Case also participated in a cleantech industry roundtable to share insights about the future of clean energy from those “shaping the industry from within.”
About Joule Case Inc.
Joule Case provides power where you need it when you need it, with flexible, patented battery systems that easily scale for a variety of power applications. The company was started in a Boise, Idaho garage by James Wagoner and Alex Livingston, fueled by their shared passion to enable clean and renewable energy to reach more people. They have spent years developing the unique stackable, portable, scalable, easy-to-use battery system now powering live events, food trucks and several other applications across the United States. The flexibility and adaptability of Joule Case systems can be combined together to make larger battery systems with minimal engineering and installation time.