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About Jennifer

Bio

Jennifer Indovina is a clean tech entrepreneur, political energy adviser, and TED Fellow, who is currently working to spread energy efficiency initiatives worldwide. Jennifer is the CEO and Co-Founder of Tenrehte Technologies, Inc. a clean tech company that produces wireless consumer electronics products for energy management.

Tenrehte's first product is the PICOwatt Smart Plug, an energy saving outlet adapter that gives you remote control over the power your devices consume. The PICOwatt Smart Plug has received international recognition, winning the 2010 Best of CES Green Product Award as well as being featured in the New York Times, Popular Science Magazine, Treehugger.com, and BusinessWeek.

Tenrehte was recently recognized as one the CODE_N Top 50 Emerging Global IT Companies at CeBIT in 2013.

Languages

English, French

Education

  • RIT; MBA, BS Electrical Engineering, 2001 - 2007

Job Titles

CEO

About Jennifer Indovina’s work

Tenrehte Technologies, Inc. a company that produces wireless consumer electronics products. Tenrehte's first product is the PICOwatt Smart Plug, an energy saving outlet adapter that gives you remote control over the power your devices consume. The PICOwatt Smart Plug has received international recognition, winning the 2010 Best of CES Green Product Award, as well as being featured in the New York Times, Popular Science Magazine, Treehugger.com, and BusinessWeek.

Companies and organizations

Tenrehte

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Projects

Tenrehte Technologies

Jan. 03, 2009 - Present

Tenrehte Technologies, Inc. a company that produces wireless consumer electronics products. Tenrehte's first product is the PICOwatt Smart Plug, an energy saving outlet adapter that gives you remote control over the power your devices consume. The PICOwatt Smart Plug has received international recognition, winning the 2010 Best of CES Green Product Award, as well as being featured in the New York Times, Popular Science Magazine, Treehugger.com, and BusinessWeek.

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