A global company ready for the next big thing.
Ozop Energy Solutions, Inc. invents, designs, develops, manufactures, and distributes ultra-high-power chargers, inverters, and power supplies for a wide variety of applications in the defense, heavy industrial, aircraft ground support, maritime and other sectors. Our strategy focuses on capturing a significant share of the rapidly growing renewable energy market as a provider of assets and infrastructure needed to store energy.
“With the coming growth surge in renewable energy, we expect to capture a substantial share of these emerging and maturing sectors.”
Chief Executive Officer
Capable engineers across key areas
Our engineering staff has in-depth knowledge in such areas as power semiconductor analysis and application, thermal exchange, magnetic design, packaging, embedded system design, digital communication, and HMI.
Leading the way in ground-breaking design
Our leading edge designs, incorporating our 6th generation of DSP control, compliment our customers emerging applications such as an arc-heated hypersonic wind tunnel or a hybrid electric flightline ground support generator system.
Continual progress and constant analysis
We are continuously monitoring our progress internally. New materials and components are continually analyzed so that we may be able to pass increased quality and decreased cost on to the customer.
Mr. Conway attended Savannah College of Art & Design and began a career in animation until an accident took that away from him in his early twenties. Switching careers, he started off in database management and sales for Venture Direct on Madison Avenue, and then crossed over to Wall Street as a co-founder of Waypoint Capital Partners. During this time, he has overseen national sales, marketing, business and product development, national account customers, and new business relations with international and US companies while creating awareness for public companies with many of the nation’s top public relations firms.
Cathy began her exposure to power electronics by helping her father’s power electronic startup when she was just 8. She and her sisters assembled printed circuit boards on the dining room table. After graduating Lafayette College as an electrical engineer, she began her career at Westinghouse (later Eaton) as a product engineer, and later worked at Controlled Systems, Inc., increasing their backlog from $400K to $32M in less than 2 years.Cathy obtained her MS from CMU in 1993. She and Mihai started PCTI in 1991 with the mission to provide technically innovative power electronics to the global market in the highest power ranges. Cathy’s expertise lies in operations management.