About VedantaESS

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VedantaESS, Ltda.
Delivering safe, reliable, and flexible energy storage solutions in Brazil.

VedantaESS, Ltda. is a new Brazilian company established to provide innovative solutions to the energy challenges facing Brazil.

VedantaESS, Ltda. is the in-country partner of ESS, Inc., which manufactures the revolutionary ESS Energy WarehouseTM in the United States.

We provide energy storage management software, installation services, local technical support and other products and services to meet the diverse needs of the Brazilian energy market.

VedantaESS services multiple markets including Distributed Generation, Commercial and Industrial, Utilities, and Isolated Microgrids. Across these markets, our energy storage solutions dramatically reduce energy costs, increase the penetration of renewable energy and improve the reliability of energy services.

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Our Team

Richard Phillips, VedantaESS Ltda.

Richard Phillips


Richard Phillips began his career as an Application Engineer, then as Marketing Manager and Director of Business Development at Texas Instruments, Inc. He also spent eight years as Director of Sales and Product Marketing, Vice President of Sales, and General Manager & Vice President of Planar Systems, Inc.  Prior to joining VedantaESS Ltda, he spent fifteen years as president of Lissajy Services, Inc.

Mr. Phillips holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Oregon State University and has done postgraduate work in Business Administration at Syracuse University Maxwell School of Business.


About ESS, Inc.

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ESS, Inc. logoEnergy Storage Systems (ESS, Inc.) was launched in the United States in 2011 by a team with deep experience in fuel cells, electrochemistry, advanced material science, and renewable energy. After five years of intensive innovation, engineering development, and rigorous validation, backed by ARPA-E and others, the company began shipping turn-key battery solutions in 2016.