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Who We Are
How We Started
How We Are Now
We began in a garage workshop
Our first Tech Center
You can play the same story in today's hard economic times: we who had a job, lost our job in a layoff, applied for many other jobs and were turned down, then started our own business in order to survive. That's the PD7 startup story, and the saga continues. We're a small business, consolidating our resources from several locations in Pennsylvania to a main location in Montgomery County, PA. That site will eventually become our headquarters and showroom center. We're starting to gain sales from our products now, so we'll see by year's end to what financial and business size we are able to achieve. We're working very hard in developing our products, and we're stretching frugality to new extremes. Our goal is to provide high-quality alternative energy products, then support our customers in using and maintaining these products. It's not a simple task, and we are a very dedicated group. We look forward to adding more people who share our intensity and dedication to the business and to our global community.
Investors We'll soon be on Opportunity Road for you. Watch Us Grow!
About The Founder That would be me, Donald Perry. I was born in Philadelphia, PA (USA) in 1953 and have spent over 35 years as a tech, engineer and manager with electronics - electronic controls - power - battery systems. I have spent over 20 years as a supervisor and manager for a large pharmaceutical company in Pennsylvania. In 2005, I started developing lamps and lighting systems which used electronic controls and batteries. I had figured at the time that this would make a great hobby for me when I retired from the Corporate world. But as things turned out, the plant where I work closed down in 2008 and I was laid off (along with everyone else who worked there). I found myself bouncing around between temp assignments, so I decided to take the plunge and start my own business selling the lamps, lighting products and power products that I had been developing. It's been quite an experience and a process that has required all the skills and resources that I can muster. I've gotten a lot of support from family, friends and associates as well as vendors and suppliers. For me, this business is an important contributor to our society with quality products, services, employment and most importantly, our people. And our business is all about power, PD7 Power.