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Forbes 30 Under 30 2021: Energy
Dec 01, 2020 | Forbes
Forbes’ 2020 30 Under 30 Energy list highlights young stars in the sector obsessed with efficiency and fueling a more sustainable future. This year’s list includes the remarkable Dartmouth Engineering alumni Phyo Aung Kyaw Th'19 and Grayson Zulauf '12 Th'13. The pair are co-founders of Resonant Link, along with Professor Charles Sullivan and Aaron Stein, a former Dartmouth Engineering post-doctoral student.
"Resonant Link is developing a wireless charger that can quickly and autonomously recharge fleets of robots, drones and EVs. With no private capital, the startup has reached profitability with over $1.5 million in customer revenue and non-dilutive funding, including multiple Fortune 500 customers across verticals,” reports Forbes.
During his time at Thayer, Kyaw was a member of the Asian Pacific American Alumni of Dartmouth Association. He graduated with his PhD in 2019.
During his five years on Dartmouth’s campus as an AB/BE student, Zulauf was active in many extracurricular activities, including as a Friend of the Irving Institute and of the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship.
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