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Meet Jonathan: Getting On Grid: Episode 5:

On Growth & Strategic Partnerships

Starting up a tech company takes passion and perseverance from its founders – and as companies start to move forward, they look at how strategic partners fit into their strategies to lever their next stages of growth.

In Episode 5, Jonathan shares with us their roadmap, and in this case, their “grid map” from utilities to consumers. He provides insights into his journey in launching their smart energy “virtual power plant” for utility partners, and simultaneously, their smart energy solution for their residential energy consumers.

Interested to know how he’s making it happen? Check out his story!

Stay tuned for Episode 6 on What’s Next and on Building a Team!

About Jonathan Lamer

Image Credit: Moduly

Jonathan is the CEO of Moduly. He’s a self-made entrepreneur with over 15 years of entrepreneurial experience and a high performance executor focused on action, strategic risk taking and results. He learned to master the discomfort over a long period of time and find solutions when others see it as inevitable. In the last decade, he has developed excellent negotiation skills and in the last 6 years designed and launched more than a dozen electronic and portable energy products which have been marketed in North America through large companies. This allowed him to master and build relationships in the retail and distribution market in Canada and the United States, and to develop an exclusive international network and expertise in the Asian market where he had all of his previous products manufactured. He is an eternal creative learner.

About Moduly
Moduly is a smart energy solution that offers a virtual power plant service for the utilities at the same time, it creates a resilient nanogrid system for the electricity users. Moduly optimizes the energy consumption in a residence or office space to reduce the electricity bill by managing the peak load, centralizing the energy activity, and establishing a collaboration between the consumers and utilities.

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