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Management

Who We Are

Founded in 1992, AC Propulsion develops electric vehicle technology and provides products and engineering services to automotive and other clients throughout the world.
 In 1994, AC Propulsion unveiled the AC-150, an innovative 200 horsepower integrated drive system for compact to mid-size passenger cars demonstrating that high performance and high efficiency can simultaneously be achieved in electric drive vehicles. This system incorporated ACP's "reductive" integrated charger, providing 18kW charging capability with minimal added components. In 1997, AC Propulsion introduced the original tzero™ sports car at the LA Auto Show, and showcased its capability for 0-60 mph in 4.9 seconds, while reliably achieving a 80-100 mile driving range with lead-acid batteries. In 2003, tzero was upgraded to Lithium battery technology and achieved 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds and range up to 300 miles and was also the inspiration behind the birth of Tesla. In 2006, AC Propulsion created the eBox, the world's first vehicle-to-grid (V2G) capable electric vehicle. We continue to advance the design and technology of electric drive and recharge systems.
AC Propulsion's patent portfolio covers electric vehicle drivetrain, charging system and battery system technology.
AC Propulsion's headquarters, engineering, test and pilot production facilities are located in San Dimas, California, 30 miles east of Los Angeles. eMotor Advance, our manufacturing plant, located in Beijing PRC, provides volume production capability of our products.
 
 
 

 Technology

Among scientists and engineers, the lower case t denotes time. The symbol t0, pronounced "t-zero" represents the beginning. AC Propulsion's tzero™ technology designates a new era: that in which the electric vehicle is a viable mode of transportation for everyone.

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Crystal He (President)

Crystal He joined AC Propulsion in 2008 as VP of International Marketing.  She established Beijing eMotor Advance Ltd, our sister manufacturing and marketing company in China in 2010.  She has successfully introduced our drive systems and battery systems to the Beijing e-taxi program, as well as to other electrical vehicle programs with various Chinese OEMs.  She was promoted to president of AC Propulsion in 2014 and oversaw the cost down effort for our Generation Four integrated drive systems.  Ms. He is also president of Beijing eMotor Advance Ltd and leads both companies in corporate strategy, business development and marketing.  Prior to joining AC Propulsion, she worked in the U.S. financial industry with ten years of investment banking and private banking experience.  She holds an MBA in International Business from the University of La Verne, California and a BA in Economics.
 
 

 Paul F. Carosa (CTO)

Paul Carosa joined ACP in 1992 and has previously served in various Engineering and Management positions. Prior to joining AC Propulsion, he was Power Electronics Section Head at Hughes Aircraft Company, where he developed avionic power supplies and the first prototypes of the GM inductive charging system for the EV1. Paul has received 7 patents in the power electronics and motor fields. He holds a B.M.E. degree from General Motors Institute, and an M.S.E. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles.

George R. Woody (Vice President)

George Woody joined AC Propulsion in 2014 as Director of Engineering and now serves as Vice President. He has extensive experience from twenty nine years working at Hughes Aircraft Company as a senior scientist and General Motors as a project leader with over 40 patents in the area of power electronics, electric drives, fuel cell systems, and charging systems for EVs such as the EV-1. George also received the Hughes President Honors Council award and GM’s most valuable colleague award for his contributions to EV technology. He was also responsible for technical exchange cooperation between General Motors and Toyota Motor Corp. for Fuel Cell Systems while on special assignment in Germany for seven years. George received his Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Southern Polytechnic University Atlanta, Georgia.