Omega EMS Acquires TeckQuest, Forms Subsidiary: Omega Green Power Corp (OGPC)


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“I am pleased to announce our recent acquisition of TeckQuest and the formation of Omega Green Power Corporation (OGPC),” stated Chris Alessio, CEO of the Omega portfolio. “TeckQuest is a leading-edge energy storage solutions company founded by Aakar Patel in 2013. We are proud to introduce OGPC to the industry and excited to enter the expansive world of green power solutions. There will be several more press releases to come in the very near future regarding product solutions, service offerings, and exciting new partnerships….stay tuned."

OGPC is located within the facilities of Omega EMS in San Jose, CA and will leverage the existing Omega EMS expansive infrastructure and service platform which includes product design, materials & manufacturing solutions, and forward/reverse logistics flows. Omega holds key certifications including ISO9001, ISO13485, AS9100, ESD2020 and ITAR.

“I am extremely excited to join seasoned leadership within this newly formed organization. My vast experience in energy management, which spans 3 decades, coupled with the engineering and manufacturing prowess of Omega EMS will help propel OGPC into the forefront of power storage solutions in short order”, stated Aakar Patel. “We will hit the ground running with leading edge Home Energy Systems and soon to be announced key alliance partners that will allow competitive advantage for OGPC and a quick growth curve”.

“Top companies in the medical, government, military and industrial market segments currently rely on Omega to bring expertise to their battery power and energy storage applications. The TeckQuest acquisition further enhances and entrenches Omega as a key solution provider”, stated Ian Grover, VP of Product Development and Engineering. “The value of our battery application engineering expertise, our ISO-9001:2015 certification, our administrative and logistical capabilities, and our reputation of commitment to customer service, exceeds customer expectations.”

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