Michele Blackwell, of Community Futures North Fraser, is proud to deliver a cheque for a total of $80,000 to John Kenna, Founder and President of Terrella Energy Systems, in support of this small business venture in Mission, B.C.
Community Futures North Fraser is a local, non-profit, organization whose mandate is to support new business ventures and promote economic growth for North Fraser communities, including Mission, B.C. Support for business such as Terrella Energy Systems includes providing advisory services and business loans that help small businesses get started in their early stages of their development.
Terrella Energy is a Mission based manufacturing company that embosses graphite to be used in a variety of energy and thermal products. Terrella is currently manufacturing fuel cell plates to provide their customer base with innovatively designed plates that surpass traditional metal plates in characteristics such as higher conductivity, lower weight, and reduced cost. Terrella has recently advanced its research and technology to include thermal heat management products. With the expansion of today’s rapidly emerging energy market, heat management in electronic components is increasing in importance as this technology advances.
“Community Futures support and investment allows Terrella Energy Systems to meet our rapidly growing customers’ needs and further our technology in processing graphite products,” says John Kenna, Founder and President of Terrella Energy Systems. “Their support for our business strategy of maintaining the manufacturing resource close to the hub of the hydrogen based companies and power electronic companies of Vancouver, without the need to go south of the border for support, is vital to the continual development and expansion of our technology.”
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