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OUR STORY

Founded by Sebastian Alamillo-Falkenberg in September of 2018, PhosphoPOWER Group was created as an overarching company to manage a variety of projects that will make renewables the primary source of energy generation for the world. Working out of the University of Waterloo's Problem Lab, we are finalizing the Ocean Battery before the battery is commercially available. We aim to have such a product available by 2020 for pilot tests. 

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OUR VISION

We seek to make renewables the primary source of energy generation, whether that be through innovation, education, or advocacy. 

OUR TEAM
Sebastian Alamillo
CEO & CSO

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Originally from Kingston, ON. He is currently a student at the University of Waterloo studying Science and Business with a specialization in Chemistry. After inventing the Ocean Battery in 2017, Sebastian founded PhosphoPOWER Group in September of 2018. He has combined his backgrounds in Marketing and Management to lead the PhosphoTEAM into the future of energy.

Contact: 

Sebastian.Alamillo@phosphopowergroup.com

Melissa Gerrits
COO

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Originally from London, ON. She is currently a student at the University of Waterloo studying Arts & Business with a specialization in Legal Studies. She helped build PhosphoPOWER Group in 2018 and is currently running our Sales and Operations Teams. 

Contact: 

Melissa.Gerrits@phosphopowergroup.com

Brendan Mick
CFO

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Originally from Ottawa, ON. He is currently a student at the University of Waterloo completing a Math CPA degree. After joining in 2019, Brendan has brought his financial and analytical talents from KPMG, Deloitte, and the Student Investment Fund, to PhosphoPOWER Group. He manages the entire PhosphoPOWER Group portfolio with the Financial Team.

Contact: 

Brendan.Mick@phosphopowergroup.com

STAY IN TOUCH

200 University Ave W #228E, Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1, Canada.
Tel: 613-572-0237