So we have two former Zenn employees including Patrick Kinzie with presumably at least some knowledge of the EESU now employed at Multimatic, a private company that has Magna as a minority shareholder and that has many Magna connections.
Patrick Kinzie, Executive Director, Global Business Development at Multimatic
Patrick joins Multimatic having forged a highly successful career in the areas of business, product and sales development within the global automotive industry. His passion and most significant successes have been associated with the commercialization of emerging technologies, offering a tremendous synergy with Multimatic’s commitment to developing an entirely innovative product portfolio. Previously held senior executive positions with Ventra Group, Stackpole and ZENN Motor Company have allowed Patrick to experience a broad and diverse range of products and business models. His automotive career started at Magna where he worked with many members of Multimatic’s present engineering team. Patrick holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo.
Fardad Sadighian, Test Engineer at Multimatic
Multimatic is working on DSERD technology
Similar to the concept of regenerative braking, whereby deceleration energy is stored rather than dissipated, Multimatic’s DSERD technology converts road input energy into electricity that is stored in a capacitor for later use.
Do all roads lead to FS? Is Multimatic IN?
Last edited Wed, 11 Jan 2012, 6:22pm by Muftee
Liberal arts graduate degree. No business training but own my own business. Go figure.
I don't know jack about electronics and chemistry. That's not my role here.