inRes 2014 :: AddVolt

AddVolt CEO Interviewed by Specialized Portuguese Magazine

AddVolt, one of the selected projects of the 2014 edition of inRes, a very early stage acceleration program, coordinated by the CMU Portugal Program, was featured in a Portuguese specialized magazine “Auto Profissional”.
 

Co-founder and CEO of AddVolt, Bruno Azevedo, gave an interview about their product, WeTruck. It is an electrical system, targeted at Transport and Logistic Companies, which produces energy through photovoltaic panels installed on top of the truck and recovers energy during the vehicle braking and decelerations.

Read the Portuguese article at: Auto Profissional (May-June 2016)

 

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inRes, short for "in Residence”, is a very early stage acceleration program for entrepreneurial teams working in Information and Communication Technologies in Portugal. Organized by the Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program, funded by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, inRes provides a training period in Portugal, followed by a seven-week structured immersion in the U.S., anchored at Carnegie Mellon University, including six weeks in Pittsburgh and a final week in Silicon Valley.