Nextek is the winner of a highly competitive grant for the DoE’s Solar Energy Grid Integration System (SEGIS) program. Work is underway now, administered by the Sandia National Lab in New Mexico.
In addition to Nextek’s successful Advanced Mobile Micro grid program with the DoD’s National Automotive Center (NAC), the company has been awarded a multi-year contract to prototype Direct Coupling® power technology in Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) applications through the NextEnergy Center in Detroit.
E-Three Labs is a non-profit organization devoted to providing young adults in developing communities the world-over with the skills and training that they need to create and sustain local businesses.
Nextek is a founding and governing member of the Emerge Alliance,
"An open industry association leading the rapid adoption of safe DC power distribution in commercial buildings through the development of EMerge Alliance standards."
Together, with the world's largest industry leaders, we are working to build a standard for delivering safe, efficient low voltage power throughout buildings. Being much more efficient than traditional methods, EMerge Standards are the clear, undeniable future. Click below for more information on why low voltage DC power is the right choice in the age of semiconductors.
Nextek Power Systems is on the Innovator list at The Galvin Electricity Initiative, a company dedicated to transforming the U.S. power distribution system into one that meets 21st Century needs.
ASHRAE is a global society advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the built environment. The Society and its members focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration, and sustainability within the industry.
Nextek Power Systems is a General Member of the U.S. Green Building Council, an organization dedicated to sustainable building design and construction.