SOURCE: Energous Corporation

August 29, 2014 08:00 ET

Energous Corporation to Present at Drexel Hamilton's Telecom, Media & Technology Conference

PLEASANTON, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 29, 2014) - Energous Corporation ("Energous" or "the Company") (NASDAQ: WATT), the developer of WattUp™, a disruptive wire-free charging technology for electronic devices that provides power at a distance with complete mobility under full software control, today announced that the Company will attend the Drexel Hamilton Telecom, Media & Technology Conference at the W New York Hotel on Lexington Avenue on Wednesday, September 3rd.

Drexel Hamilton's Telecom, Media & Technology Conference
Presentation Time: Wednesday, September 3rd at 1:50 p.m. ET
Location: W New York Hotel - Track B, Studio 5

Chairman, President, and CEO Stephen R. Rizzone will be available for one-on-one meetings before and after the presentation.

Conference participation is by invitation only and registration is required. For more information on the conference or to schedule a one-on-one meeting, please contact Drexel Hamilton (http://www.drexelhamilton.com/research/conferences/).

About Energous Corporation

Energous Corporation is developing WattUp™, a wire-free charging technology that will transform the way people charge and power their electronic devices at home, in the office, in the car and beyond. WattUp is a revolutionary, patent- and trademark-pending solution that delivers intelligent, scalable power via the same radio bands as a Wi-Fi router. WattUp differs from current wireless charging systems in that it delivers meaningful, useable power, at a distance, while allowing users to roam while charging. The result is a wire-free experience that saves users from having to remember to plug in their devices or place them on a mat. Energous will initially license WattUp to the wearable and mobile-accessory markets and will expand to other markets such as Wi-Fi routers and smartphones over time. For more information, please visit www.energous.com.

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