E2SOL creates device that collects solar energy on four wheels

PANEL DISUSSION: From left, Emma Tavares of Diman Regional Vocational Technical School; Abbie Hasenfus of the University of Rhode Island; Roger Williams University graduates Mashhor Alshrieef and Moayad Kutby; and E2SOL founder and principal Anthony Baro sit with a vehicle-to-grid portable power generator.
PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
PANEL DISUSSION: From left, Emma Tavares of Diman Regional Vocational Technical School; Abbie Hasenfus of the University of Rhode Island; Roger Williams University graduates Mashhor Alshrieef and Moayad Kutby; and E2SOL founder and principal Anthony Baro sit with a vehicle-to-grid portable power generator.
PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
PBN INNOVATIVE COMPANIES 2020 ENERGY & THE ENVIRONMENT E2SOL LLC EFFICIENT ENERGY SOLUTIONS LLC founder and principal Anthony Baro is focused on the first quarter of 2021. That’s when he expects his Providence-based company, also known as E2SOL LLC, to launch its latest innovation: A vehicle-to-grid portable power generator. Users will place the device on…

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