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June 22, 2021
Doug In The News
Doug Campbell joins This Week in Cleantech host David Hunt to discuss solid-state battery technology and its role in the cleantech energy sector. Listen to the podcast episode here: https://thisweekincleantech.com/doug-campbell-solid-power
Unconventional Life Podcast: The Secrets Behind a Successful Startup w/ Parallel Entrepreneur and CEO Doug Campbell
Unconventional Life caught up with Doug Campbell to discuss parallel entrepreneurship, leading two successful CO-based startups and delegating tips for startup founders. Listen to the full episode here.
How Solid Power partners with OEMs to overcome the lithium metal supply chain challenge On Solid Power's retiring of manufacturing risk with the use of existing lithium-ion infrastructure The full speaker lineup answers James Frith's final question – is the best...
Exclusive: ABQ native recounts how his roots helped his companies succeed, but why they’re not based here
Albuquerque native and Colorado-based entrepreneur Doug Campbell credits the Duke City with leading him to where he is today: running two fast-growing startups. Read more on ABQ Business First.
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As the head of a successful startup, Longmont resident and entrepreneur Douglas Campbell has his dream job. Actually, he as two. Campbell is the CEO of not one, but two of the hottest businesses in the Boulder Valley, Louisville-based Solid Power and Longmont’s...
Doug Campbell is an engineer by training, but he considers himself an entrepreneur first. The president and CEO of Solid Power Inc. and Roccor, LLC, both based in Colorado, said the technical background he received at UNM’s Department of Civil Engineering (he earned...
Doug Campbell is the President & CEO of Louisville, CO-based Solid Power, Inc. and Longmont, CO-based, Roccor, LLC. For both companies, he leads corporate governance, strategic partner engagement, business development and fundraising. Both companies were...
How a Louisville company aims to make electric cars cost less and drive farther using technology from CU
Solid Power is using a $20 million investment to build the largest solid-state battery factory in the U.S. Read more in the Colorado Sun.
LOGAN, Utah — In an effort to cut launch costs, companies are looking to technology to transport small satellites from low Earth orbit to geostationary orbit and to the moon. Roccor, a small company based in Longmont, Colorado, that specializes in deployable space...
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