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“Developing battery technology in India to solve the battery storage demand in lead acid and Lithium-ion batteries. “

MESHA Inc.:

About MESHA Inc. 

Mesha, Inc. focus is to provide technology to improve the challenges faced by current energy storage solutions. Mesha’s product META™ transforms the conventional Lead Acid Battery and Lithium-Ion Battery into a PowerBattery™. The META™ product is based on the work done by Mesha on Supercapacitors. META™ is battery agnostic and enhances the performance of conventional batteries that are available in the industry today. These batteries have challenges with regards to lifecycle, efficiency and supporting high power density applications. A patent has been filed for META™ which is applicable to both Lead Acid and Lithium-Ion Battery technologies.

MESHA Inc. Team

Mesha has a built a team of experts that bring the following expertise to make META™ successful for a variety of applications that require high power density along with energy density.

  • Management Expertise: A team that has built successful startups and multi-billion-dollar global systems integration companies.
  • Product and Project Management: A team that has global experience in building products and successfully completing complex projects.
  • Subject Matter Expertise: More than 30+ years of experience in Battery Storage. Also, multi-year experience in Electric Vehicles, Renewable Energy, Smart Grids and Power Electronics.
  • Financial and Supply Chain: Multi-year experience in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions. Also, multi-year experience in procurement and supply chain management.

UPS/Inverter

The installation of back-up power systems such as inverters and UPS systems is critical when deficits occur in peak power production. The major driver is the IT sector, followed by the IT enabled services and industries, including telecom, banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), and manufacturing. Low electrification in semi-urban and rural areas has also led to the rising demand for power inverters, which are being used as an alternate power source during power cuts and emergencies.

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MESHA Inc.:

About MESHA Inc. 

Mesha, Inc. focus is to provide technology to improve the challenges faced by current energy storage solutions. Mesha’s product META™ transforms the conventional Lead Acid Battery and Lithium-Ion Battery into a PowerBattery™. The META™ product is based on the work done by Mesha on Supercapacitors. META™ is battery agnostic and enhances the performance of conventional batteries that are available in the industry today. These batteries have challenges with regards to lifecycle, efficiency and supporting high power density applications. A patent has been filed for META™ which is applicable to both Lead Acid and Lithium-Ion Battery technologies.

MESHA Inc. Team

Mesha has a built a team of experts that bring the following expertise to make META™ successful for a variety of applications that require high power density along with energy density.

  • Management Expertise: A team that has built successful startups and multi-billion-dollar global systems integration companies.
  • Product and Project Management: A team that has global experience in building products and successfully completing complex projects.
  • Subject Matter Expertise: More than 30+ years of experience in Battery Storage. Also, multi-year experience in Electric Vehicles, Renewable Energy, Smart Grids and Power Electronics.
  • Financial and Supply Chain: Multi-year experience in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions. Also, multi-year experience in procurement and supply chain management.

Solar

More than 800 million people or nearly one out of every seven in the world today don’t have access to electricity and several million more who are denied a reliable source of power. Solar based solutions that power microgrids make it feasible to provide alternate power solutions to these people.

UPS/Inverter

The installation of back-up power systems such as inverters and UPS systems is critical when deficits occur in peak power production. The major driver is the IT sector, followed by the IT enabled services and industries, including telecom, banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), and manufacturing. Low electrification in semi-urban and rural areas has also led to the rising demand for power inverters, which are being used as an alternate power source during power cuts and emergencies.

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