Sesame Solar's Co-Founder and CEO Lauren Flanagan Presenting in Three Panels at IWCE 2023 Expo
Sesame Solar is taking the stage in March in Las Vegas for the IWCE 2023 Expo!
The International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) connects the people and technologies engaged in ensuring that critical communications - in support of governments, public services, transport, businesses, public safety, healthcare, and critical infrastructures - always function, even in the most challenging circumstances. This year's Expo is being held in Las Vegas from 27 to 30 March and comprises a four-day technical conference and a two-day exhibition.
Sesame Solar co-founder and CEO Lauren Flanagan, will be speaking on the latest tech in disaster relief, using green hydrogen and renewable resources rather than fossil fuels to mitigate climate change, and the importance of off-grid solutions after disaster strikes. She will be presenting in three panels:
- Alternative Power Options for On- and Off-Grid Sites
- Deployable Solutions: Connectivity Where - and When - It's Needed
- Using 100% Mobile Renewable Nanogrids for Disaster Relief
A lifelong entrepreneur, Lauren Flanagan is an early SaaS pioneer who worked with Steve Jobs at NeXT and Apple as a leading software developer. After witnessing the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, she got inspired to start her 5th company, Sesame Solar, the maker of the world's first 100% renewable mobile nanogrid. Using solar and green hydrogen, the mobile nanogrids generate clean, off-grid power. They can be quickly deployed to provide power, communications, and clean water to communities impacted by a disaster. The mobile nanogrids come ready to use to meet essential services and emergency response needs across various scenarios, and most importantly, they are 100% fossil fuel free.
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