Fluence is a company that focuses on providing water and wastewater treatment solutions. The company offers a range of services including water treatment, desalination, wastewater treatment, and waste-to-energy solutions. These services aim to provide sustainable water, wastewater, and reuse solutions, with a particular emphasis on decentralized treatment technologies. The company primarily serves the municipal, commercial, and industrial sectors. It was founded in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.
Fluence has filed 97 patents.
Wireless networking, Network protocols, Agriculture, Hydrology, Agronomy
Wireless networking, Network protocols, Agriculture, Hydrology, Agronomy
Latest Fluence News
Nov 17, 2023
November 17, 2023 Fluence Energy, Inc. (Fluence), a leading global provider of energy storage products and services, and optimization software for renewables and storage, announced that Ahmed Pasha will succeed Manavendra Sial (Manu) as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Company, effective January 1, 2024. Pasha has most recently served as Chief Financial Officer of the US Utilities and Conventional Generation business for The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES) from 2022 to the present. Prior to that role, Pasha served as Vice President, Global Treasurer and Head of Investor Relations for AES, during a period when AES undertook a significant transformation into a renewables-focused growth story. Over the course of his nearly 30-year career with AES, he served in numerous management positions in finance, treasury, investor relations and business development in the United States, Asia and Europe, as per the statement. Pasha commented, “I am thrilled to join Fluence at a time when the energy transition is achieving critical momentum, which presents so much opportunity for the Company and for energy storage in general. I look forward to helping Fluence achieve its ambitious growth and profitability goals, increase shareholder value, and deliver on its mission to transform the way we power our world.” Julian Nebreda, Fluence’s President and Chief Executive Officer said, “I am delighted to welcome Ahmed to Fluence as he is a successful, deeply experienced leader in the energy industry. He has a proven track record of leading complex businesses, developing and executing on strategic initiatives to create value, and has significant experience in developing teams and building the necessary infrastructure and systems to support growth. Ahmed knows the Fluence story well through his treasury and investor relations role at AES, where he cultivated strong relationships with investors and financial institutions. He will be a powerful asset for Fluence as we drive growth and achieve our path to profitability.” Nebreda continued, “On behalf of the entire team at Fluence, I would like to thank Manu for his contribution to Fluence. He has played a valuable role in building out the company’s finance, IT and risk management programs, and we wish him all the best in the next chapter of his career.” Sial departs Fluence to become Chief Financial Officer for a large automotive components and systems manufacturer with over 70,000 employees at more than 200 sites worldwide. Sial commented, “I appreciate the opportunity provided by Julian and the Fluence Board of Directors to contribute to Fluence’s leadership. Though the decision to journey into a different sector was tough, I am confident that I am leaving Fluence with a strong balance sheet and in excellent financial standing.” HrNxt.com Newsdesk has researchers and writers with an excellent domain knowledge about the talent ecosystem, and the business environment. The team keeps a tab on the latest happenings in the ecosystem to bring most relevant news and insights for our readers. You can connect with our newsdesk at firstname.lastname@example.org. News Desk
Fluence Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Fluence founded?
Fluence was founded in 2017.
Where is Fluence's headquarters?
Fluence's headquarters is located at 3 Columbus Circle, New York.
What is Fluence's latest funding round?
Fluence's latest funding round is Grant.
Who are the investors of Fluence?
Investors of Fluence include BIRD Foundation.
Who are Fluence's competitors?
Competitors of Fluence include MICROrganic Technologies.
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