Part 2: NSF I-Corps Nationals Game On

What happens when entrepreneurs get out of the building?

“Interviewing 100 stakeholders in 5 weeks has reshaped how I think of cleantech innovation- and research. Our eCalCharge startup was initially founded to commercialize the research of my labmate Caroline LeFloch on load shaping and frequency regulation using electric vehicles. However, since the I-Corps kickoff in San Diego, our team has discovered that the market for frequency regulation and load shaping is small, that utilities aren’t yet strained by EV adoption, that EV drivers don’t care about charging costs, and that fleet managers don’t care about demand charges.”

Read more about eCalCharge’s insights here.

Special thanks to Eric for sharing his experience & insights…entrepreneurship is a team sport & this guy elevates the game for all of us.