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Silicon Valley Cofounder Academy Message Board › Are you curious how Electric Motors can be made more efficiently?

Are you curious how Electric Motors can be made more efficiently?

Thomas B.
San Jose, CA
Post #: 37
Are you curious about an electric motor that is HALF the size and weight and more POWERFUL than the electric motors that are out there now?

Here is your opportunity to meet the team at Radial Flux Laboratories PLUS learn how Angel Investors are used to fund new startup companies. Meet Tom Braegelmann of GCA Investments as well as Tony Wright, CEO of Radial Flux Laboratories, and Paul Lillington, Chief Engineer and inventor.

Radial Flux Laboratories (RFL) and Tom Braegelmann, of GCA Investments are the guest speakers at the Electric Vehicle Entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley meetup on Thursday, February 9th at noon at Sneha South & North Indian Restaurant 1214 Apollo Way, Sunnyvale, CA 95051

You will learn about how RFL is leading the way to the next revolution in permanent magnet direct drive electric motors and generators.

RFL is developing applications for electric motorcycles and scooters, electric cars-with an increase of 40% greater driving range between charges, and even wind turbine generators. Radial Flux Laboratories can show how we can begin using these RFL motors and generators to improve current applications and operations.

To sign up for the meetup on Thursday, February 9th, go to /Electric-Vehicle-Entrepreneurs-of-Silic­on-Valley/events/50400952/.

If you cannot attend this meetup, Tom holds a monthly meetup in Campbell. To get more information on this meetup go to­

To get more information from Tom, you can contact him at:

GCA Financial
2105 South Bascom Avenue
Campbell CA 95008
Office: 855-Funds Now
Cell: 320-250-4727­

Tom, Tony and Paul look forward to meeting you in person on Thursday, February 9th!

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