DiversityBusiness.com, has named Optimal Energy Systems of Torrance, CA, as one of the top 100 Native American businesses in the United States.
Optimal is a new-technology based flywheel power system manufacturer, specializing in the development and manufacture of flywheel systems for high performance defense and commercial power management solutions. The company’s technologies focus on critical power applications in the military high-voltage pulsed power and the low and medium-voltage commercial power management markets.
The Div100 is the sixth annual listing of the nation’s top 100 Native American businesses based on annual sales. Companies on the list are sought by many major corporations wishing to increase spending with diversity owned companies.
“Diversity businesses and consumers are a growing force in the U.S. economy, and a force to be reckoned with,” said Kenton Clarke, CEO of Computer Consulting Associates International, the company that built DiversityBusiness.com into an organization of more than 30,000 diversity-owned businesses throughout the United States.
About Optimal Energy Systems
Optimal Energy Systems, Inc. (optimalenergysystems.com) is a development-stage enterprise with patented energy management and power conversion technology that has widespread applications. These applications include electrical backup power, aviation and industrial high-speed power conversion, and space satellite energy storage and attitude control. Optimal’s goal is to use its flywheel-based electrical machines to replace electrochemical batteries used in commercial power facilities, space satellites and aeronautics, as well as to replace power conversion systems used on military vehicles. The Company, which began operations in January 1998, is located in Torrance, California, a Los Angeles suburb.
Based on designs invented by Dr. Dwight Swett, Optimal's Chairman and President, the Company has developed and demonstrated working prototypes of machines that operate at supersonic speeds and produce energy storage and power capabilities well beyond the most advanced current energy and power technologies.