EP Systems Featured in Herald Journal’s “Views of Cache Valley” magazine.

EPS at the Cache Chamber Awards Gala 2020
Published on February 21, 2020
Written by April Becerra

Logan, UT, February 7, 2020 – The Cache Valley Chamber of Commerce featured Electric Power Systems (EP Systems) in its magazine at its 2020 Cache Valley Awards Gala.

The chamber’s annual magazine published by the Herald Journal and Bear River Publishing highlights companies and organizations making an impact in Cache Valley. The magazine featured EP Systems for selecting Logan, Utah, as its headquarters for providing cutting-edge technology to power the future. 

CEO and President of the Chamber of Commerce, Jamie Andrus, honored EP Systems at the Chamber’s Annual Awards Gala. She thanked EP Systems for its dedication to lifting the local community along with Utah’s tech industry.

A diverse representation of the EP Systems team in attendance included Program Manager, Kevin Spencer; Executive Assistant to the CEO & Community Outreach Lead, Jamie Jorgensen; Business Development Manager, Grace McGuire; and Software Architect, Suresh Jayagondar.

“We are very honored to be highlighted and featured by the Cache Valley Chamber of Commerce,” EP Systems CEO Nathan Millecam said. “It’s thanks to our wonderful partnerships with organizations in the Cache Valley that make an impact on our company’s growth and success.”

“We had a wonderful evening sharing our organization with other key businesses in the area,” McGuire, said. “And we appreciate the Chamber for featuring our rapidly-growing organization.”

The Cache Awards Gala celebrates the entities and individuals in Cache Valley that help drive business growth and make valuable contributions.

“Cache Valley, like EP Systems, is a place of great potential, growth, and opportunity.” Suresh, who recently moved to Utah, said. “It is really amazing that I can personally grow alongside the company and the Valley.”  

The Chamber’s feature compares EP Systems for airplanes as Tesla is for cars. “Much of what makes EP Systems’ products safe comes from the way they’re engineered. Like Tesla, EP Systems doesn’t make gigantic battery cells to power vehicles.” The article explained how its batteries cater to many markets beyond automotive including aviation, defense, marine, and more.

In addition to talking about the battery’s features, the article also highlighted EP Systems’ community involvement and its collaboration with Utah State University for battery development.

“When it comes to recruiting employees who already have more career experience, Cache Valley has been a definite plus,” EP Systems Program Manager Spencer said in the article. “A good number of the company’s roughly 90 (and rising) employees are from the Midwest.”

“They’ve really enjoyed the fact that cost-of-living is reasonable and the mountains are beautiful, they love being in the mountains. So much snow is new for a lot of them, but they’re loving it so far.”

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