Resiliant Entanglement awarded funding to advance quantum computing as service for renewables & grid use cases
(SmartEnergy) Denver-based Resilient Entanglement has been awarded funding to advance quantum computing as a service for renewables and grid use cases.
Resilient Entanglement, claimed as the first global women-owned R&D firm in the quantum grid field, is developing a software as a service (SaaS) product to support the deployment of renewable energy generation and responsive demand strategies using quantum models and quantum mechanical phenomena.
The $250,000 award is from the Colorado Advanced Industries Accelerator programme – one of twenty-two awarded in the latest round – which is aimed to help local technology businesses develop and commercialise their advanced technologies.
Resilient Entanglement was formed in 2020 by former postdoctoral research fellow Dr Rozhin Eskandarpour, with the mission to accelerate the power industry’s adoption of quantum technology with the development of advanced grid solutions.