History and Mission

History

2012: The Axsol GmbH is founded by Jürgen Zinecker to identify new technologies in the renewable energy sector and to develop them into a market-ready state.

2014: In the course of the ebola crisis, the first fully self-sufficient, portable solar system is shipped to Africa by Axsol to bridge power outages in mobile field hospitals. This successful deployment is the starting signal for a complete focus on mobil power systems.

2016: The ARVEY A-Series reaches market ready status and is awarded with the Federal Innovation Award.

2017: The Beteiligungsmanagement Thüringen GmbH (BM|T), a investment company of the Free State of Thuringia, invests into AXSOL as lead investor together with one institutional Co-Investor and one private investor to fuel the growth and market entry of AXSOL with their mobile power system ARVEY.

Mission

A conviction to move in the right direction towards the world using renewable energy efficienty and routinely, that is the mission of AXSOL. The AXSOL Team consists of optimists, realists, idealists, lateral thinkers and makers, that have one thing in common – they aim to make the world a better place, piece by piece. It is our dedicated goal to make portable power that was generated in a sustainable and responsible way an inherent part of every household. Places that have not been connected to power by now will most definitely not get connected the common way anymore in the forseeable future. AXSOL uses all their energy to make sure that every human being that requires power can take it with them to these places – cost-effective and sustainable.

Management

Before founding AXSOL, Jürgen Zinecker has been working as managing director in sales and marketing for the ADULO GmbH for eight years until 2014. ADULO was a software development company for the building component production and sales sector.

Predating this, he had held the position as chairman for marketing and sales for the b.i.s. AG (Stock Exchange Information Systems) and was in charge of the preparations for the company’s stock market launch in “Neuer Markt” (new market) Frankfurt as well as Marketing, restructuring of the Sales Department and international aqcuisitions and cooperations.

The studied business economist and topographer furthermore founded his first company in 1995 – Navigon GmbH – and made it into a market leading high-tech company in the navigation field. The company was sold to the swiss Distefora AG in 1997 in course of revitalising the Distefora AG for their IPO at the EBS (Electronic Stock Exchange Switzerland), which Zinecker was assisting with.

He gained his software experience as leader of the business unit software/europe for the US-american company Trimble Navigation from Sunnyvale California, and as leader software development/-customization germany for the japanese Optoelectronics Company Sokkisha and its german subsidiary Sokkisha GmbH (Germany) in Cologne.