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Energous Corp.


Energous Corp. is developing WattUp, a wire-free charging technology that will transform the way people charge and power their electronic devices at home, in the office, in the car and beyond. WattUp is a revolutionary, patent- and trademark-pending solution that delivers intelligent, scalable power via the same radio bands as a Wi-Fi router. The result is a true wire-free experience that saves users from having to remember to plug in their devices or place them on a mat. The company will initially license WattUp to the wearable and mobile-accessory markets and will expand to other markets such as Wi-Fi routers and smartphones over time.

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Michael Fitzsimmons, Seeking Alpha (9/17/14) "Energous Corp.'s IPO priced stock at $6/share and 4.6M shares were sold, resulting in net proceeds were $24.8M and a 76% increase to $10.50/share on its first day of trading. . .the wireless power charging market is estimated to grow from practically nothing in 2012 to ~$8B by 2018. The company appears to have a toe-hold in this emerging market and could be a tremendous benefactor."

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Real Assets Investment Research, Seeking Alpha (3/30/14) "Energous Corp. saw a highly successful IPO on the NASDAQ, despite having no revenue. . .the company's remote charging technology is potentially game changing. . .any aggressive tech investor should certainly take a look at such strong IP."

Cromwell Schubarth, Silicon Valley Business Journal (3/28/14) "Energous Corp., an early-stage startup working on wireless recharging, won't see its first revenue for another year or more, but its stock nearly doubled on its debut after the company raised ~$24M in a complicated IPO involving a reverse stock split. . .Energous is developing ways to charge or power up electronic devices from a distance. Prototype devices have enabled wireless transmission of energy from a transmitter (similar in size and shape to a Wi-Fi router) to multiple receiver test boards that were up to 15 feet away."

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