Member - Kinetech Power Systems

We develop flywheel energy storage systems, for short/long duration applications in an efficient and cost-effective way.

Type Startup or self-employed
Founder 2017
Company Size 6
Member Type
Founders Michael Van Steenburg, Rodrigo Fernández
Headquarters Bosque de Ceibas 224, Cima del Bosque, N.L., México
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Kinetech Power Systems


Kinetech Power Systems is flywheel energy storage systems (FESS) developer founded in Monterrey, Mexico in 2017. The company has patented a long duration, efficient and eco-friendly energy storage solution through the use of a high-speed flywheel energy storage system. Our FESS technology can overcome the limitations posed by existing battery and flywheel technologies by providing fast charge/discharge capability over longer periods in a 25-year maintenance-free system.
Headquarters Bosque de Ceibas 224, Cima del Bosque, N.L., México

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Affordable and
Clean Energy
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SDG 11
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Our 25 kWh flywheel energy storage technology uses composite materials and advanced motor technology to achieve high speeds and decrease the size and weight of the module. Because of its design, the systems does not require the use of expensive magnetic bearings and instead it uses a propietary solid lubricant bearing system which considerably decreases cost without sacrificing efficiency.

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Available inMexico, Canada, United States, Categories of applicationAffordable and clean energy, Industry, innovation and infrastructure, Sustainable cities and communitiesSector of applicationEnergy storage, Energy distribution & management, Freight transportation, Materials and chemistry, Industrial processes, Urban and inter-urban mobility Status R&D