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Established to globally commercialize it's proprietary technologies, STAT-EI consists of a team of entrepreneurs experienced both in start-ups and the power industry.

From controlled experiments in the lab to demonstrated success in real-world conditions, our team has a robust portfolio of intellectual property in the overlapping fields of Artificial Intelligence and Wireless Power Transmission.


Artificial Intelligence
(advanced AI tools/algorithms) applied to grid operation/optimization

  • Energy storage optimization

    • Including dispersed batteries and VPP operation

    • Including multiple battery types/architectures

    • B2G & V2G applications, where controllers are enabled

  • High solar/wind penetration; balancing with other generation sources (when present)

  • Grid/microgrid black start & stabilization

  • Load/demand balancing/forecasting

  • Power forecasting using weather inputs

  • Under/over voltage & frequency balancing

  • Grid/Network failure prediction

  • ‘Percentage of Perfect’ power forecasting

Wireless Power Transmission

  • Can be implemented in any type of EV (scooter through car to mining vehicle)

  • Both static (stationary) and dynamic (in motion) charging solutions are possible with proper infrastructure. Roadway solutions can charge at highway speeds

  • Reduces the size, weight, and cost of the battery, the most expensive part of an EV

  • Charging becomes extremely convenient for the user. When dynamic infrastructure becomes common, skip charging stations/stops altogether!

  • Dynamic charging makes it possible to use smaller, lighter batteries (in new EV designs) – decreasing vehicle weight/cost, increasing effective range AND EV safety Adjustment is made automatically to account for battery health

  • Fleet operators can adjust charging Time(s) of Day to manage charging costs or to adjust to fleet deployment parameters

  • Because WPT is bidirectional capable, V2G operation is possible to shore up the grid during emergencies (the charging interface is bidirectional)


Changing the ways we use power in our daily lives can and will measurably  improve our quality of life. Our technologies make this a competitively affordable possibility in 4 key ways:





Enhance utility grid resiliency and efficiency

Reduce greenhouse gas emissions and effects of climate change

Deliver unparalleled electric vehicle convenience

Supply improved emergency power to hospitals and other catastrophe services

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