electrification story

Mario Salazar

“It’s the wave of the future. It’s what motivates me the most, knowing that we’re going in the right direction for this place that we call Earth.”

Danfoss recently acquired UQM technologies, a developer of alternative energy technologies, and integrated it into Danfoss Editron. Mario shares his insights of what it means to work for UQM technologies, and to be integrated into a global team dedicated to ending pollution through electrification.  

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