CleanTech Open First Meet & Greet

Hello Everyone,

So yesterday Dr. Moller, his wife Rosa and I attended the first meeting in the CleanTech Open.  It was a mixer in Oakland that included members of the Western region cohort and many of the mentors who volunteer in the program.  It was an enjoyable evening, and I had to give a 1-minute impromptu pitch on Freedom Motors.    Continue reading “CleanTech Open First Meet & Greet”

Welcome to Cleantech Open!

We’re in!

Hello Freedom Fans,

I am proud to announce that Freedom Motors was selected into the CleanTech Open 2018 Cohort for the US Western Region.  Only a small number of companies are selected into this prestigious program that is essentially a business accelerator/incubator for environmentally conscious technology start-ups.  Each year they accept about 100-150 companies in the US into the program, and we are happy and exited to be selected for this year’s cohort! Continue reading “Welcome to Cleantech Open!”

Day 2 – GMF

Day 2 at the Global Methane Forum

Hi Everyone,

It’s morning here in Toronto, and the GMF technical sessions have kicked off.  We have morning and afternoon sessions, followed by some network opportunities.  I already have a few specific people I’m going to target for introductions.

We definitely have very good attendance today – the oil & gas technical session I am currently sitting in is almost 100% full.

Opening morning session at GMF

Best Regards – Dave

17 Subscriber Accounts

Subscriber Accounts

Since I added the ability for users to register and subscribe to the blog, a few of you have taken advantage of it.  We have 17 subscribers registered so far.  Subscribing will allow you to edit your previous posts, and you can change your avatar and a few other things as well.  Eventually we give other users associated with Freedom Motors the ability to post as well.  This could be potential business partners, customers, etc. Continue reading “17 Subscriber Accounts”

A grinding we will go…

Hello Everyone,

As part of our process for developing a low-volume engine builds, we must get our rotary housings’ inner trochoid ground and lapped to a specific tolerance.  Our designs require a less than [proprietary] variance in the epitrochoid of the rotor housing.  (Sorry, I cannot share the details, this is information that is yet to be patented.)  I will say that very few machine shops exist that can meet our specs.  I only found one in Northern California.  There was one in Los Angeles that did this work for Freedom Motors in the past, but they are out of business. Continue reading “A grinding we will go…”