Article on The Examiner News by Pat Casey, February 05, 2013 — As Governor Cuomo’s Moreland Commission continues to gather information about the operations of major utility companies in the wake of super storms that have left large areas of New York without electricity for long time periods, some small companies with innovative ideas are trying to attract attention.
One such company is Arista Power, a Rochester, New York-based technology firm with a proprietary battery storage and power management system that offers a new approach to powering up when the grid is down.
Founded in 2009, the company had its beginnings in a garage where the inventor tinkered with small wind turbine engines. By 2010 the company had its first military contract. Read the full story here.