Zinc-Air Batteries,  Portable Power Solutions
  QSI Mission/Values

Our Mission

To deliver low cost high performance products for clean energy and portable power applications leveraging QSI’s advanced materials, integrated components, and proprietary system designs.

Our Values

  • Our team members are our greatest asset

  • Customers and partners are our highest priority

  • Product and process improvement are our competitive edge

  • Our growth is based on an inherent passion for continued innovation

  • Execution and measured performance ensure our long-term success

  • We are committed to conducting business in a manner that is just, ethical and protective of the environment

  • By adhering to these values, we believe our shareholders will be rewarded for our efforts

The Need for Reliable Emergency Back-up Power Solutions is Clear and Growing

According to FEMA, major disaster declarations in the U.S. have grown 400% since 1950.   In 2011, there were 3,071 reported power outages across the U.S., affecting 41.8 million people and leading to costly service interruptions.   More than 5 million people were affected by U.S. power outages exceeding eight hours in 2011 alone.

Emergency communications rank as a top priority for contingency planning.  For businesses and communities alike, a communications failure can be a disaster in itself.  Communications are needed to report emergencies, to warn about dangers, to keep citizens informed about developments and coordinate response actions.   The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lists batteries and access to battery-powered radios as top priorities for emergency preparedness kits.  

Time is of the essence in emergency response situations, so reliable and immediately accessible back-up power is critical.  The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Emergency Communications (OEC) developed the National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP) as the nation’s first strategic plan for emergency communications guidance, setting goals for emergency response situations. By 2013, 75 percent of all Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) jurisdictions must be able to demonstrate response-level emergency communications within three hours of a significant event as outlined in national planning scenarios.



QSI Quick Facts
Founded: 2002
Santa Ana, CA.
714.545.6266 (Phone)
[email protected] (E-Mail)