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SkyBuilt Power

skybuilt.com

Founded Year

2002

Stage

Series A | Alive

About SkyBuilt Power

SkyBuilt Power is engaged in self-contained, rapidly deployable, renewable and hybrid energy power systems. SkyBuilt's rugged, transportable power stations combine solar arrays, wind turbines, battery banks, and optional backup generators. From cell tower power to forward operating bases, the company's systems are designed to be shipped to their location, set up in minutes to hours, and operate for years with little or no maintenance, fuel, or logistics.

Headquarters Location

2500 Wilson Blvd Suite 215

Arlington, Virginia, 22201,

United States

703-276-7592

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Expert Collections containing SkyBuilt Power

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SkyBuilt Power Patents

SkyBuilt Power has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/25/2008

10/30/2012

Electric power distribution, Electrical engineering, Power engineering, Photovoltaics, Legal terminology

Grant

Application Date

7/25/2008

Grant Date

10/30/2012

Title

Related Topics

Electric power distribution, Electrical engineering, Power engineering, Photovoltaics, Legal terminology

Status

Grant

SkyBuilt Power Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was SkyBuilt Power founded?

    SkyBuilt Power was founded in 2002.

  • Where is SkyBuilt Power's headquarters?

    SkyBuilt Power's headquarters is located at 2500 Wilson Blvd, Arlington.

  • What is SkyBuilt Power's latest funding round?

    SkyBuilt Power's latest funding round is Series A.

  • Who are the investors of SkyBuilt Power?

    Investors of SkyBuilt Power include In-Q-Tel.

  • Who are SkyBuilt Power's competitors?

    Competitors of SkyBuilt Power include NEI Corporation, Qurrent, Ice Energy, Hydrovolts, Nextek Power Systems and 11 more.

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