BULDER, Colo.–(BUSINESS DESCRIPTION) – Rhythmos, an electric vehicle (EV) and commercial fleet charging and grid optimization technology company, was launched today by an experienced team of electric power veterans with a mission to drive smart energy distribution and use in an electrified world. The company’s Rhythmos Algorithmic Optimization System (AOS) enables utilities, EV fleet owners, and other participants in the electric ecosystem to extract latent value while transitioning to clean, renewable energy and decarbonized transportation.
“The US needs an estimated $2.1 million trillions capital investment by 2030 to put us on the path to a near-zero emissions economy – and a large part of that investment will expand the nation’s electricity system to cope with the increased electricity load due to the electrification of vehicles (both passenger and vehicle),” said Kenneth Munson. , CEO of Rhythmos. Rhythmos has built a platform to help stakeholders across the ecosystem extract latent value while facilitating a low-cost transition from fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy and carbon-free transportation.
The Rhythmos AOS platform is the foundation of the company’s advanced, intelligent technology solutions that leverage the entire grid ecosystem to deliver the maximum benefits of EV deployment to consumers. At the same time, the technology reduces grid impacts and the cost of purchased energy for EV charging and the performance of utilities, energy retailers, and aggregators. Leveraging a long history in predictive analytics, Rhythmos, formerly GridCure, was reimagined and reconfigured to address the challenges of electrifying the growing fleet with a specific focus on managing the integration of the energy, transportation, and utility markets.
Technology opens up a huge opportunity to drive change from the ends: Connecting retail markets, mass power generators, utility distribution and distribution systems, EV pilots, and individual EV owners together to drive efficiency, increase demand, enable smart fleet charging . /planning and implementation, and creating incentives for all stakeholders to play an active role in the transformation while sharing its economic benefits.
“The Rhythmos AOS platform will serve as a seamless integration point that allows all grid participants to collaborate with each other, turning traditional grid liabilities into assets and participants into partners,” said Munson.
The company’s leadership team brings unparalleled experience in driving one of the world’s most innovative marketing initiatives, with the growing experience of nearly every team within the US’s most important and innovative municipal practice, including modern manufacturing and technology innovation, data science. , operating systems, system planning, transmission engineering, grid battery storage, and demand response system design.
Leading the new company as CEO, Munson brings decades of experience as an executive at innovative companies developing advanced energy and grid technologies. Leading the Company’s Productivity efforts are Jeff Berkheimer as Senior Vice President, and Mark Rawson, who leads Strategic and Partnerships as Senior Vice President.
The company has also assembled an Advisory Board and an Industry Advisory Council to guide its work, enabling the transformation of the electricity system to fully support the adoption of electric transportation and power generation.
The board and business council includes experts who give the company unparalleled advice on connected cars, mobility, electric vehicle speed planning, carbon reduction policy, automotive and utility innovation, and finance to help guide our road map and vision. Along with the company’s utility business and grid technology executives, these expert advisors provide Rhythmos with decades of deep knowledge to draw from as it looks to lead change across the grid and EV ecosystem. Rhythmos also draws on awesome backing from Blackhorn Ventures, along with BDC Capital, UPC Capital Ventures, and many others.
The company’s board consists of:
- Mark Loch, Operating Partner, Blackhorn Ventures. Loch is a senior advisor to companies, investors, and institutions on the Front Range, dealing with global energy and resource sustainability and access challenges. He is a Managing Director Emeritus at McKinsey & Company.
- Logan Grizzell, Partner, MUUS Climate Partners. Grizzel is responsible for commercial acquisition, due diligence and execution, as well as supporting the MCP team and portfolio companies. Prior to joining MUUS Climate Partners, Logan was a partner and CTO at Blackhorn Ventures. Logan spent time with Toyota, learning about working on electric vehicle product planning, marketing, and technical research for EVs, PHEVs, and Fuel Cells, powertrains, and vehicles.
- Dan Grossman, Board Member and Leadership Advisor, Automotive and Shared Mobility. Grossman has been a leader in the automotive and travel sectors for over 15 years. He was a pioneer in the car-sharing space with Zipcar as a startup, created the mobility division of General Motors’ Maven, and served as the Global Motor Company’s Vice President of Microtransit.
- Neetika Sathe, Vice President, Green Energy, and Technology (GRE&T) Center at Alectra. As a recipient of Canada’s Cleane50 Award, Sathe leads innovation in the energy industry at the GRE&T Institute, which under his leadership, has launched many new initiatives that are transforming the energy sector.
The Rhythmos Business Advisory Council includes:
- Paul De Martini, Managing Director, Newport Consulting. De Martini is a leading strategic consultant on business, policy, and technology measures for the increasingly distributed energy system. His global clients include utilities, market operators, regulators, and government agencies.
- Henry Bzeih, Chief Global Strategy Officer, CTO Automotive & Transport, and Head, Corporate Business Line at Microsoft. As global CTO and Business Technology Leader for Travel, Transportation and Transportation, Bzeih’s primary focus is leading Three Horizon’s global strategy. His automotive technology management career spans 28 years in the automotive and technology sector.
“We are very fortunate to have such a diverse group of experienced executives and advisors who have played such an important role at Rhythmos since day one,” said Munson. “We have a strong vision for the future. Rhythmos comes to marketing with the technology and expertise to match this vision and deliver value and positive change that will benefit our customers, the company and the planet. ”
Rhythmos develops advanced technologies that optimize the entire electric mobility system, enabling the transition to a carbon-free energy grid based on distributed energy sources as primary service providers. Our Rhythmos Algorithmic Optimization System (AOS) platform uses advanced machine learning and data analysis to optimize grid performance, taking into account EV fleet owner performance needs, existing utility charges and rates, electric utility capacity and grid constraints, energy market prices in wholesale, and more. By approaching optimization from end-to-end ecosystem, Rhythmos AOS releases latent value for all participants in the energy ecosystem, something that traditional solutions cannot identify and capture. Based in Boulder, CO, Rhythmos is at the forefront of solving the $2.1 trillion problem and facilitating a rapid and cost-effective transition from fossil fuels to clean, renewable electricity and decarbonized transportation. Learn more at Rhythmos For media inquiries, contact email@example.com.