Energy Storage & Transport Power Company

Highlands Power, LLC


Funding Goal $1,800,000
Funding Raised So Far $0
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining $1,800,000
Funding Type Common Equity
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding

Company Overview

Highlands Power works on making our society more sustainable by developing the next generation of electrical motors and generators.

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Business Summary

Company Age 7 years, 9 months
Employees 3
Sub-Industry Transport Power Generation
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S-1 family of electrical motors (2 motors)

The S-1 is our first generation electric motor. The S-1 motor is designed to run at the speed of the wheels, eliminating the need for mechanical linkages. Powering the wheels without a gearbox results in less cost, lower power losses and less weight.To accomplish this, a new axial flux architecture is used that improves power density by 20% while also reducing magnet usage. This new architecture can be modular, allowing motors to be stacked together to create custom power outputs.
Gearless electric powertrains have been attempted by numerous car companies, but current motor designs are not well suited for this task. A single S-1 motor can produce sufficient torque to propel a family sedan, removing additional points of failure in the powertrain.
Highlands’ motors are made with conventional manufacturing methods, standard materials and are made with as few assembly steps as possible. This significantly lowers the unit price to a level that is accessible to mass market vehicles.


President Executive Officer
Conner Whaley


Individual Investor
Patrick Pulson

Serial Entrepreneur founded and sold multiple companies, now retired.

Investment Type
Investment Round
Investment Date


Funding Goal $1,800,000
Funding Raised So Far $0
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining $1,800,000
Funding Type Common Equity
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding



Highlands Power, LLC

Fremont, CA 94539, US

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