Engineer Working on Machinery

About AMPERe

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"We are engineering the evolution of power"

Advanced Materials & Propulsion Engineering & Research Inc. (AMPERe) is a Research & Development technology transplant (from Europe) corporation, now established in Canada, whose primary competitive advantage is an extremely efficient, green and cost-effective Single-Stroke internal combustion engine (ICE) with near-universal applicability.

The corporate asset base includes a series of international ICE patents, together with the engine inventor – designer, and is supported by a talented team of professionals, along with deep supply chain and manufacturing experience and knowledge, an extensive talent pool to draw upon, and growing strong affiliations with Canadian academic and supporting institutions.

Our goal is to commercialize innovative and impactful products that are designed to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. We are currently prioritizing resources to the power generation, aviation, automotive and marine sectors and plan to be commercializing and delivering products to customers in 2021.

Intellectual Property

The company holds 4 PCT (global) patents and benefits from Mr. Wojciech Gaj-Jablonski  (President and Chief Technology Officer) and his prior ownership of a Research and Development company in Europe. Mr. Wojciech Gaj-Jablonski has made an institutional knowledge transfer including registering IP into AMPERe.

 

Mr. Wojciech Gaj-Jablonski has more than twenty years of engine design expertise with over 400+ built prototypes and with over 500 engines sold for ultralight aviation applications.
 

AMPERe has received an award from Canada’s TD Bank Sustainable Future Lab that is designed to strengthen international IP protection.

Research and Development

Technology Research and Development at AMPERe began with unique Two-Stroke engines, bringing them to the final stages of TRL-8,9. The R&D proceeded with the Single-Stroke Engine GEN1 development and optimization that led to the TRL-7. 
Currently, the Single-Stroke engines are being tested in a working environment for final optimization and commercialization.