Oak Ridge Micro-Energy, Inc. Signs Leading Global Battery Technologist as CTO


Oak Ridge Micro-Energy, Inc. Signs Leading Global Battery Technologist as CTO

MELBOURNE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Oak Ridge Micro-Energy, Inc. (OTC.BB: OKME) announces the signing of leading global battery technologist Craig R. Nelson as Chief Technology Officer.

With over 35 years in high technology, including 20 years of experience in the global battery technology sector, Craig has extensive experience in battery design, manufacturing, marketing and the design, construction and operation of automated battery manufacturing machinery. His skill set and experience perfectly match OKME's business development strategy.

Mr. Craig R. Nelson, clearly enthused about his appointment, provided the following comment:

"I have been fortunate to be involved in many of the leading corporations in the battery sector from start-ups to large corporations. In all my years I have never been as excited about a company's future as I am with Oak Ridge. As one of the only 100% U.S. based battery companies, we are proudly manufacturing the safest and some of the highest performing Lithium Ion batteries in the world, which are presently undergoing commercial testing. Our Solid State program is second to none, with commercial results expected in early 2014. Watch this space!"

OKME's CEO and President Jeffrey Flood complimented Craig's comment with the following statement:

"Craig's signing is the first in a series of strategic recruitments and acquisitions for Oak Ridge. The next six months will see some very significant developments with our progress to date in both our Solid State and Lithium Ion operations, placing us well ahead of our business development pathway."


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