February 23, 2017
Alevo officials met with key legislative leaders and toured the 2.5 million sq. ft. Concord manufacturing facility on Thursday, February 23rd. From left to right (Jeff Gates of Alevo, State Rep. Jason Saine (R-Lincoln), State Sen. Brent Jackson (R-Sampson), State Rep. Sam Watford (R-Davidson), and Ben Lowe of Alevo). They toured Alevo manufacturing facility to learn more about the technology and how storage is transforming the future of energy around the world.
“I would like to thank Alevo for their hospitality in hosting us at their facility in Concord to tour their operation. I am proud that Alevo calls North Carolina home and appreciate their investment in our state. They truly are on the cutting edge of battery technology and I believe their batteries will play a key role in how we deliver and store energy as we move forward. The ability to efficiently store energy has long eluded the industry and I believe that this battery technology will be a game-changer in the energy market.” – Senator Brent Jackson (R-Sampson)
We are at a transformational moment in the energy sector. As more of the industry begins to understand the value of storage, we are seeing the launch of more initiatives that will be able to tap into the unrealized potential of energy storage. Alevo continues to forge ahead into the energy storage market, setting the […]
Alevo’s plans to add additional production lines and equipment at its battery manufacturing facility in Concord will create just over 200 jobs and invest $251.5 million into the local economy.
Sergey Buchin will be joining Alevo as the Chief Operating Officer. Sergey’s experience prior to Alevo includes key leadership roles in manufacturing, investing, and consulting at companies such as Intercomp, InvesTEK, Arbat Consulting, and BSK. He has a Bachelor’s degree in law from Saint Petersburg University, and has studied at and received degrees from Russian […]