Nevada Senator comments on Dragonfly Energy
UNR President, Brian Sandoval, comments on Dragonfly Energy

Visit from Special State Representative, Dilawar Syed

Special State Representative Dilawar Syed, the Deputy Administrator at the U.S. Small Business Administration, tours Dragonfly Energy headquarters during a visit to Reno, Nevada to discuss the state’s lithium supply chain.

Special State Representative Syed says, “Dragonfly Energy’s advanced battery systems demonstrate how American startups are leading the transition to a clean energy future. Impressed by the sophisticated technology at work in their manufacturing facility in Reno, NV.”

Visit from the NNIC International Delegate & US Department of State

NNNIC International Delegate members visit and tour Dragonfly Energy headquarters in Reno, Nevada.

Visit from Nevada Senator, Catherine Cortez Masto

State of Nevada Senator, Catherine Cortez Masto tours Dragonfly Energy headquarters in Reno, Nevada. While learning the step-by-step processes Dragonfly Energy has established to assemble some of the most popular lithium-ion batteries on the market, Senator Cortez Masto shared her recognition of our ability to grow clean energy sources and create jobs right here in the state of Nevada. 

Visit from UNR President & Former NV Governor, Brian Sandoval

Former State of Nevada Governor and University of Nevada, Reno President Brian Sandoval tours Dragonfly Energy headquarters in Reno, Nevada.

“Dragonfly Energy and the prominence in the sustainable energy industry the company brings not only to the state, but to our University, is something we are proud to be associated with,” President Brian Sandoval of the University, said. “Dragonfly has generously supported the University through various efforts over the years and we are honored to continue that relationship as we welcome them as our Nevada Athletics Go Green sponsor. We look forward to exploring more sustainable initiatives with Dragonfly Energy in the future.”

Dragonfly Energy is Introduced on NV Legislature Senate Floor

Senator Catherine Cortez Masto addressed the Nevada Assembly, discussing on-shoring cathode production and the circularity in lithium battery production in Nevada and introduced Dragonfly Energy.

“We have it all here. And we have the potential to make the most here, as long as we’re working together,” Senator Cortez Masto states.

Watch the full Assembly Floor Session and Address by U.S. Representative Catherine Cortez Masto.

NCET Tech Wednesday Hosted by Dragonfly Energy

Dragonfly Energy hosts NCET Tech Wednesday event, inviting NCET members and guests to the Dragonfly Energy facility in Reno, Nevada to talk about our products, processes, and what’s to come.

NCET’s Tech Wednesday events are a monthly behind-the-scenes tour that showcases a local northern Nevada company or organization that makes or uses innovative technologies.

City of Sparks Council Members & Mayor Ed Lawson Tour R&D & Manufacturing Facilities

Ed Lawson, the City of Sparks Mayor, and other City of Sparks Council Members paid a visit to Dragonfly Energy in northern Nevada, touring both the manufacturing headquarters in Reno, Nevada, and the nearby research and development facility located in Sparks, Nevada. 

Dragonfly Energy’s R&D facility is where many of the company’s extensive efforts in developing efficient and patented domestic cell manufacturing processes and nonflammable battery cells take place.

Beyond the Electric Car. How Batteries Can Save Us From a Green Disaster

Dragonfly Energy CEO, Dr. Denis Phares addresses the need for safe, powerful and cost-effective renewable energy storage and what he is doing to take the future of energy storage to a whole new level in this TEDx talk.

IEEE Grid Edge Technologies Conference

Dragonfly Energy’s CEO, Dr. Denis Phares, speaks on grid storage at IEEE’s Grid Edge Technologies Conference.

Dragonfly Energy Director of R&D on Panel for Rho Motion Seminar Series

Dragonfly Energy Director of Research & Development, Dr. Vick Singh joins the Seminar Series at Rho Motion’s 2023 event in New York. Giving a presentation on ‘Creating an Energy Storage Ecosystem in the US: Cell to Grid’, Dr. Singh speaks to the ways in which Dragonfly Energy is revolutionizing green energy storage.

Building Complete Lithium Power Systems with FRVTA

Battle Born Batteries’ Technical Specialists go over the details of LiFePO4 batteries, lithium power system components, proper and safe system installation, and more in this Building Complete Lithium Power Systems for RVs educational session presented at FRVTA.

Wabash Ignite 2022 Panelist, Wade Seaburg

Wade Seaburg, Chief Revenue Officer of Dragonfly Energy, speaks on a panel at Wabash Ignite in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Between digitalization, rapidly changing consumer trends, advanced material technology, and prioritizing sustainability, there are many forces causing transition in the industry and impacting how businesses can succeed. Ignite is an event focused on bringing together industry leaders in logistics, business, and change management to address industry catalysts and drive solutions for industry challenges.

Nevada Battery Coalition at the Nevada Clean Energy & Transportation Conference

Dr. Denis Phares speaks on a panel with other Nevada industry experts and the Nevada Battery Coalition on the recycling and manufacturing currently taking place in the State of Nevada and what’s to come.

Dragonfly Energy CEO Speaks at the Move America 2023 Conference

Dragonfly Energy CEO, Dr. Denis Phares joins policymakers, technology companies, and energy industry leaders from across the United States to discuss redefining urban transportation in the states. During the conference, he engaged with other innovators as he spoke about the future of energy storage using lithium-ion batteries in long-haul trucking applications.

Dragonfly Energy Director of R&D Presents at TESCAN

Dragonfly Energy Director of Research & Development, Dr. Vick Singh presents at TESCAN, a leading global producer and supplier of scanning electron microscopes; a company that Dragonfly Energy works closely with on electrochemical material research for battery designs. 

Corporate Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About NCET: NCET, Northern Nevada’s largest educational and networking organization, is a member-supported 501(c)(3) Nevada nonprofit that produces programs and events to help people explore business and technology. NCET’s award-winning programs include the NCET Small Business Expo, the NCET Tech Awards and the monthly Tech Wednesday, Special Event, Biz Bite, and Biz Cafe events.

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EDAWN Member & Sponsor of Reno StartUp Week: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About EDAWN: The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) is a private/public partnership established in 1983, committed to adding quality jobs to the region by recruiting new companies, supporting the success of existing companies, and assisting newly forming companies, to diversify the economy and have a positive impact on the quality of life in Greater Reno-Sparks.

Co-Founding Organization of Nevada Battery Coalition: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

Nevada Battery Coalition Board Member: Chief Marketing Officer, Tyler Bourns

About the Nevada Battery Coalition: The Nevada Battery Coalition is an advocacy group composed of companies along the whole battery supply chain that informs both the public and private sectors regarding the economic, environmental, and national security issues associated with the battery supply chain in order to strengthen Nevada’s position as a leading battery center in North America.

Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About Nevada Corporate Giving Council: Established in 2013, the Nevada Corporate Giving Council (NCGC) is a 501c6 organization comprised of corporate leaders focused on transforming our State through community engagement and corporate philanthropy. With diverse representation across all sectors and chapters in Northern and Southern Nevada, the NCGC promotes best practices by convening council members quarterly and publishing an annual statistical report on the corporate giving landscape of Nevada. Its members hold a shared interest to utilize strategic corporate giving programs that benefit their employees, their company, local non-profits, and our community as a whole.

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TMCC Advisory Board Members for Advanced Manufacturing: Director of Research & Development, Vick Singh, and Director of Human Resources, George Lopes

About TMCC’s Advanced Manufacturing Program: TMCC’s Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS) in Manufacturing Technologies, with Production Systems, Automation and Robotics, and Advanced Manufacturing trains technicians to integrate, maintain, and operate advanced robotics, computerized inventory and process control, quality assurance and system management in modern manufacturing facilities.

RVIA Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About RVIA: The RV Industry Association (RVIA) is the leading trade voice of the $140 billion dollar RV industry, representing approximately 495 manufacturers and component and aftermarket suppliers who together produce 98 percent of all RVs made in the United States, and approximately 60 percent of RVs produced worldwide. RVIA works with federal and state lawmakers and regulators to pursue a favorable business environment for its members, is the leading source of research, data, and analysis about the RV industry, and seeks to grow and expand the RV consumer market while cultivating a positive experience for current RVers.

RVDA Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About RVDA: RVDA, The National RV Dealers Association, is the only national association dedicated to advancing the RV retailer’s interests through education, member services, industry leadership, and market expansion programs that promote the increased sale and use of RVs and that enhance the positive image of the RV experience.

RVDA is at the forefront of dealer-manufacturer issues, state and federal legislation that affect RV retailers, the national Go RVing advertising campaign, and educational programs covering all aspects of dealer operations.

PRVCA Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About PRVCA: The Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle and Camping Association (PRVCA) is the information leader for the recreation vehicle and camping industry, to link education, legislative, compliance and other aspects for the good of the consumer and the industry. Their mission is to enhance the recreation vehicle and camping industry through education and promotion by being a resource and partner to all segments of the recreation vehicle and camping industry.

FRVTA Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About FRVTA: The FRVTA is a non-profit organization classified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a 501-(C) 6, established in 1979. The purpose of the Florida RV Trade Association is to lead, educate, promote, and protect the general welfare of the RV Industry in Florida.

NMEA Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About NMEA: The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) is a worldwide, member-based trade organization revolving around marine electronics interface standards, marine electronics installer training, and its annual marine electronics conference & expo. The NMEA and its members are committed to enhancing the technology and safety of marine electronics through installer training and interface standards. NMEA members promote professionalism within the marine electronics industry. NMEA installer trainings and certifications are recognized by many major electronics manufacturers for installation, support and warranty.

NMMA Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About NMMA: The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) is the nation’s leading trade association representing boat, marine engine, and accessory manufacturers. Collectively, NMMA members manufacture an estimated 80 percent of marine products used in North America.

ASA Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About ASA: The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) has led the way for sportfishing’s future for nearly 90 years, looking at the interest of the sportfishing industry and the entire recreational fishing community. ASA stands together with over 900 organizations that have a vested interest in the health, growth, and expansion of the sportfishing industry.

ABYC Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

Subcommittee for Lithium Batteries Member: Denis Phares

About ABYC: The role of the American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC) is to be the essential source of technical information for the international marine industry. We will develop product safety standards, credentialing, education, training, and other tools to equip our members to be successful. Everything we do will support our members to achieve the goal of making boating safer.

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NPTC Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About NPTC: Since 1939, the National Private Truck Council (NPTC) has been the national trade association devoted exclusively to the interests of private fleet practitioners and partners. Focusing on education, certification, benchmarking, business networking, and regulatory and legislative advocacy, NPTC represents a broad cross-section of manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and others that either operate their own private truck fleets or are top suppliers providing products and services in support of private fleet operations.

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NTEA Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About NTEA: The Work Truck Association™ (NTEA) represents more than 2,000 companies that manufacture, distribute, install, sell, and repair commercial vehicles, truck bodies, truck equipment, trailers and accessories. Buyers of work trucks and the major commercial truck chassis manufacturers also belong to NTEA. The Association provides in-depth technical information, education, and member programs and services, and produces Work Truck Week and Green Truck Summit. 

Nevada Trucking Association (NTA) Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About NTA: The Nevada Trucking Association (NTA) is a nonprofit association and member-driven organization dedicated to protecting the trucking industry against costly regulatory intrusions and increasing tax burdens. Today, NTA’s goal is to continue uniting the many different companies that make up the motor carrier industry in Nevada and remind legislators, regulators, the media, and the public that the trucking and bus industries are essential to Nevada’s and America’s economy.

The Battery Materials & Technology Coalition (BMTC) Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About BMTC: The Battery Materials & Technology Coalition (BMTC) is comprised of companies that mine, extract, process, manufacture, and recycle battery materials, as well as develop cathode, anode, cell, pack, and battery technologies in the critical mineral and battery sectors. BMTC companies are united behind a shared interest in growing a resilient and sustainable North American battery supply chain that ensures governments and private industry across North America seize the opportunity to secure the supply chains that power our way of life.

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SEMA Member: Dragonfly Energy Corp.

About SEMA: The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) is here to serve the motor vehicle aftermarket. SEMA’s mission is to help our members’ businesses succeed and prosper. Our members are the producers and marketers of specialty-equipment products and services for the automotive aftermarket.