If you have plans to attend Motor Bella tomorrow or this weekend, make sure you stop by the Dunamis Clean Energy Partners (DCEP) booth!
Founded by Detroit-native Natalie King, DCEP is the first Black woman-owned electric vehicle charger manufacturer in the United States.
In August, Dunamis Clean Energy Partners was one of fifteen Black- and Brown-owned companies accepted into Apple’s Impact Accelerator program. The companies were recognized for their great work on environmental solutions.
Impact Accelerator is a program designed to help “combat systemic barriers to opportunity, while also advancing innovative solutions for communities most impacted by climate change.”
You can read more about Impact Accelerator here if you like.
“Dunamis Clean Energy Partners is committed to environmental and economicNatalie King, CEO of Dunamis Clean Energy Partners
stewardship in Detroit and beyond. We are proud to be creating the jobs and
carbon-neutral environmental solutions of the future and we are excited to be a catalyst for a cleaner, greener Michigan.”
DUNAMIS CLEAN ENERGY PARTNERS LAUNCHES THE DUNAMIS CHARGE
Have you ever seen electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at the grocery store or in parking garages? The charging stations are becoming an increasing need as more consumers are investing in electric cars.
DCEP recently launched a new EV station called the Dunamis Charge. The charging station also offers cloud-based software, 24/7 driver support, and maintenance assitance.
According to a news release, the Dunamis Charge’s sleek and stylish solutions have been rigorously tested to ensure best-in-class efficacy and are ruggedly equipped to withstand the elements.
Businesses and property owners may find the Dunamis Charge of interest. The EV charger could also be great for parking structures in cities /towns, businesses, residence, and more!
Read more about the Dunamis Charge here.
CONNECT WITH DCEP AT MOTOR BELLA!
You can check out the new Dunamis Charge in person and also meet the DCEP team at Motor Bella!
Photographs of Natalie King are courtesy of Dunamis Clean Energy Partners.