Austin Based Energy Xtreme Named One of Forbes’ Most Promising Companies In America

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Energy Xtreme, acknowledged as a global innovator in alternative power solutions, was named one of Forbes’ most promising companies in America. Forbes list features 100 privately held up-and-comers with compelling business models and large market potential. Energy Xtreme was the only contender on the list to provide mobile energy storage which utilizes a silent intelligent, power management system for enhanced performance in law enforcement, transportation, utilities and truck centric companies.

Energy Xtreme, innovator of alternative power is utilized by the U.S. Army, Dallas Police Department, L.A. County Public Works and other city and state departments nationwide.

To be acknowledged by Forbes is a great honor” said Devin Scott, CEO of Energy Xtreme. “It validates this revolutionary turnkey technology that could change the global landscape for mobile power.

Energy Xtreme, acknowledged as a global innovator in alternative power solutions, was named one of Forbes’ most promising companies in America. Forbes list features 100 privately held up-and-comers with compelling business models and large market potential. Energy Xtreme was the only contender on the list to provide mobile energy storage which utilizes a silent intelligent, power management system for enhanced performance in law enforcement, transportation, utilities and truck centric companies.

“To be acknowledged by Forbes is a great honor,” said Devin Scott, CEO of Energy Xtreme. “It validates this revolutionary turnkey technology that could change the global landscape for mobile power. We are one of the only comprehensive, affordable solutions that has the duel capability of reducing fuel consumption in a variety of vehicles while increasing power capacity.”

With these systems, fleets in law enforcement, public works, transportation, utilities and work truck centric companies can operate equipment (including lights, laptops, cameras and radios) as well as power tools and hydraulic systems without engaging the engine. This saves fuel, reduces dead batteries and provides better functionality while reducing emissions. Currently, Energy Xtreme’s systems are used in organizations such as the U.S. Army, Dallas Police Department, Centerpoint Energy, NY Department of Transportation, LA County Public Works, as well as other city and state departments nationwide.

“Sizing up younger, privately held companies is hard: Their fortunes can change very quickly and there’s a dearth of public data,” says Forbes Executive Editor Brett Nelson. “We took a more comprehensive approach to evaluate their health and potential.”

To sharpen its search, Forbes teamed up with CB Insights, a Manhattan-based data firm that tracks investment in high-growth private companies. With $650,000 in grants from the National Science Foundation, CB has developed complex software called Mosaic that mines myriad online sources (from press releases and social networks to job boards and court filings) to come up with one, algorithmically derived score that measures a private company’s health. Forbes married Mosaic’s data-crunching with old-fashioned reporting to assemble a list of rising stars with bright growth prospects. To view the complete the list, please visit http://www.forbes.com/ampc.

About Energy Xtreme
Energy Xtreme, headquartered in Austin, is a mobile electric power solutions company that develops intelligent power management systems with idle reduction capability resulting in lower fuel and maintenance costs while reducing emissions. These solutions provide superior mobile electric power for a vehicle’s electrical needs, including lights, cameras, computers, power tools and hydraulic systems, without engaging the vehicle’s engine. Energy Xtreme’s revolutionary solutions are ideal for fleets in Law Enforcement, Transportation, Public Works, Telecom, Utilities and Work Truck centric organizations. Some products described are made by Xtreme Power Systems, LLC. Additional information is available at http://www.energyxtreme.net.

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