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One Energy Enterprises Inc. (the “Company”) today announced that the Company received signed commitments to purchase additional shares (“Additional Series A Investments”) of One Energy Series A convertible preferred stock (“OE Series A Shares”) which, together with prior purchases and sales of OE Series A Shares (collectively, the “Series A Preferred Investments”) represent an aggregate oversubscribed total raise of over $35 million.

View the full press release here.


A group of Van Buren students recently visited One Energy’s North Findlay Wind Campus to get a hands-on experience and learn how energy works. The students were given an up-close experience that allowed them to touch wind turbine components like the blades and nacelles, and see the equipment used to build our digital substations.

Thank you to the students and teachers for visiting our campus and our Educational Engineer, Logan, for giving the students a memorable tour.

Recently One Energy founder and CEO Jereme Kent spoke with the SPACInsider podcast’s Nick Clayton about the company’s 20-year vision and why the time was right for it to ink a $384 million combination with TortoiseEcofin Acquisition Corp. III. Jereme also discusses how the deal is structured to provide some unique benefits to public shareholders. 

Check out the episode on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

WFIN’s Chris Oaks interviews One Energy CEO Jereme Kent about taking the company public. 

Listen to the full segment here.

Automotive supplier Moriroku Technology North America (MTNA), known locally as Greenville Technology, Inc. announced that it has entered into an agreement with One Energy to add on-site wind and solar power at its plant in Greenville. The project will add one 4.8-megawatt wind turbine and 3 megawatts of ground-mount solar panels on MTNA’s existing property. Combined, the wind and solar systems will generate 7.8 megawatts of renewable energy, making it one of the largest on-site, behind-the-meter, renewable energy projects in the U.S.

Read the full article here. 

TortoiseEcofin Acquisition Corp. III (“TRTL”) (NYSE: TRTL), an energy transition-focused special purpose acquisition company, announced that TRTL Holding Corp., a Delaware corporation and wholly-owned subsidiary of TRTL (“Pubco”), publicly filed a registration statement on Form S-4 (the “Registration Statement”) with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) in connection with TRTL’s proposed business combination (the “Business Combination”) with One Energy Enterprises Inc. (“One Energy”), responding to the SEC’s comments on the draft registration statement previously filed confidentially.

View the full press release here.


One Energy’s first Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course of 2024 is complete!

During this episode of A Day in the Life, you’ll get a first-hand look at One Energy’s in-house EMT certification program through the eyes of the employees currently taking it.

While One Energy has never had a lost time injury, we strive to provide our employees with the best training possible so that they are equipped to handle every aspect of their job.

Congratulations to One Energy’s new EMT graduates!

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Recently, One Energy technicians Josh, Kipp, and Mark put the finishing touches on our in-office display of substation components. The final steps included installing high-voltage cables to the insulators on top of these large, blue overhead support structures. This in-office substation display makes it easier for visitors to learn more about how these components work by providing a unique up-close view.


April 19, 2024 – Wind Study | Answer 5

Our construction team works together to make sure all component lifts are smooth and safe. Check out these answers to see what forces balanced the ropes in these examples.

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