Cleantech startup FlexEnergy Inc quadruples size of headquarters as company grows
Due to the rapid expansion of Irvine-based FlexEnergy Inc, the company recently moved its headquarters to a location four times larger, the Orange County Business Journal reports.
The additional space will accommodate new hires, corporate executives, and the company’s growing sales, marketing, research and development divisions. FlexEnergy Inc currently employs approximately 120 people and is expected to grow to 150 employees by the end of the year, Mike Levin, the company’s director of government affairs told the business journal.
FlexEnergy Inc, the developer of the world’s cleanest power platforms, recently acquired the energy systems division of Ingersoll Rand Co. in New Hampshire. The company also is expanding overseas, with pending deals in France and South Korea.
This entry was written by Ashton Uytengsu, posted on August 23, 2011 at 7:53 pm.
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