The Power Of Partnerships: Cadenza Innovation

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The Power Of Partnerships: Cadenza Innovation


How are two women-led businesses working together to solve one of the most pressing issues of our time – reducing greenhouse gasses, creating more efficient energy uses, and harnessing renewable sources to reduce long-term dependency on fossil fuels?

Find out in the November episode of The Power of Partnerships, a monthly podcast from Turtle & Hughes. Christina Lampe-Onnerud, CEO, Cadenza Innovation, sits down with two Turtle executives: Kathleen Shanahan, CEO, and Luis Valls, President, Electrical Division. They discuss the strength of diversity partnerships, the future of our infrastructure, and what Cadenza’s award-winning technology – a patented and UL-registered supercell design for manufacturing safe, high-performing, low-cost lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries used in microgrids – brings to our customer’s sustainability projects.

“…make it (sustainability) personal; (and) you can opt out of feeling helpless… I am taking control of my energy; I am taking some control of my carbon footprint; I am taking some control in diversity … we are actually not powerless. We, as consumers and as business leaders make choices every day and they impact where we are going.
About Christina Lampe-Onnerud

Lampe-Onnerud is one of the world’s pre-eminent battery experts, the former founder, international chairman and CEO of Boston-Power, and previous chairwoman of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Energy Technologies. She is a writer and lecturer, and has appeared in many prominent business media, including the Wall Street Journal and Inc. Magazine.

The exchange between the three leaders is informative and insightful for anyone who wants to take control of their energy usage, carbon footprint, and supplier diversity.

Listen to the full segment to learn more.