Electric Power Systems builds an 850-pound lithium-ion battery pack for NASA’s all-electric X-57 Maxwell aircraft
Hampton, VA, April 5, 2019 – Electric Power Systems (EPS) designed a lithium ion battery for NASA’s aggressive all-electric X-57 Maxwell aircraft project. NASA continues to work with EPS by using its powerful, lightweight and safe battery solution.
Electric Power Systems Certifies to the American AS9100D and International ISO 9001:2015 Standard
Hyde Park UT, December 20, 2018 – Electric Power Systems (EPS) achieved the AS9100D standard as well as certifying for ISO 9001:2015 status officially. These certifications prove EPS’s ability to consistently meet applicable needs for customers and a higher battery quality within the aviation market.
Electric Power Systems to Charge Bell’s On-Demand Mobility Project with Advanced Energy Storage System
Logan, UT, November 5, 2018 – Electric Power Systems (EPS) announced its official teaming agreement with Bell Helicopter, A Textron Inc., to develop an innovative Energy Storage Systems (ESS) for Bell’s vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft.
EPS Providing Electric Batteries for Bye Aerospace “Sun Flyer”
Logan, UT, March 20, 2018 – Electric Power Systems (EPS) announced its official collaboration with Bye Aerospace, a company that applies innovative Energy Storage System technology to the Bye Aerospace All Electric Trainer dubbed Sun Flyer.
EPS Completes a Major Milestone for Nasa’s X-57 All Electric Aircraft
Logan, Utah. December 13, 2017. Electric Power Systems (EPS), Empirical Systems Aerospace, and NASA announced today that it has completed a major safety testing milestone for NASA’s X-57 All Electric Aircraft (AEA) Maxwell Energy Storage System. The purpose of the test was to validate that the battery could survive a major thermal event and not pose a risk to the pilot or aircraft. …
EPS Relocating to Logan to Build Better Battery Technology
Salt Lake City, Utah, June 24, 2017. Electric Power Systems and USU recently became the newest recipients of a grant from the Utah Science Technology and Research, or USTAR, initiative through the Industry Partnership Program.
EP Systems announced relocation to Logan specifically to take advantage of the Industry Partnership Program, as well as other state programs and opportunities such as working with scientists and engineers at USU, explained co-founder and CEO Nathan Millecam. …
EPS Expands Manufacturing to Logan, Utah
Logan, Utah, May 13, 2017 – Electric Power Systems announced they will expand manufacturing to Logan Utah, bringing a potential 128 jobs over seven years. EP Systems manufactures lithium-ion energy storage systems that utilize software controls and packaging elements to provides Highly Reliable custom High Voltage battery systems. President and CEO Nathan Millecam said his company is similar to Tesla, but instead of building battery systems for cars, they work on aircraft, spacecraft and ground combat vehicles. …
EPS awarded the Soldier Power 2.0 Program
City of Industry, CA, March 20, 2017 – Electric Power Systems LLC (EPS) has been selected by the United States Army and Amprius, Inc. to design, develop, build and test the Energy Storage System (ESS) for a Portable Soldier Battery dubbed Soldier Power 2.0.
The objectives of the project include…
Electric Power Systems Meets with Arizona Senator John McCain to Discuss Defense Contract Acquisition Reform
Mesa, AZ, July 26, 2016 – Electric Power Systems (EPS) Chief Executive Officer Nathan Millecam met with Senator John McCain and other Defense contractors to discuss the threats facing the United States, potential solutions the industrial base can offer, and issues facing defense contractors.
Electric Power Systems awarded the Energy Storage System for the NASA X-57 Maxwell All Electric Aircraft
City of Industry, California, June 16, 2017 – Electric Power Systems, LLC (EPS) has been selected by NASA and Empirical Systems Aerospace to design, develop, test, and build the Energy Storage System (ESS) for the X-plane project dubbed the X-57 Maxwell.
The objectives of the project are to reduce the energy consumption of the aircraft by 5X by deploying …