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Steve Hellman is President of Eos Energy Storage (www.eosenergystorage.com), which has developed a low-cost rechargeable battery technology for use on the electricity grid and in electric vehicles. Fully rechargeable for an estimated 30-year lifetime, the battery is safe, stable, non-combustible, non-site constrained, and made from low cost, easy to source materials. Steve joined Eos after a long career of building new companies, largely in energy and real estate. He began his energy career with Glencore, the largest commodities trading company in the world, where he built six successful companies in oil production and refining. Thereafter he created his own energy trading company which grew to $8B in revenues, and built a shipping company of 27 tankers. Steve later created Aspect Enterprise Solutions, an energy technology company which provides software as a service to hundreds of major oil and energy companies (clients include BP, China Oil, ExxonMobil and Gazprom). In recent years he acted as an Advisor to the US State Department where he worked with Heads of State and Senior Ministers throughout Eurasia to resolve energy conflicts and to develop a strategy for Eurasian oil and gas infrastructure development. Steve also independently built a $150M commercial real estate business. Steve speaks Russian and Chinese, is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and holds an MA (Industrial Engineering) and a BS (Political Science, Slavic Languages) from Stanford University (Phi Beta Kappa, 1987).
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