Mr. Stephen Fischer is currently the President of Nexeon Energy Solutions LLC, a startup company organized to develop and commercialize a new film technology that will provide advanced architectural benefits along with significant energy efficiency performance.
Mr. Fischer brings extensive experience in large scale development of advanced hardware and software products along with many years of operational management. With over 32-years with International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), Mr. Fischer began his career in 1973 in White Plains, New York in Field Engineering supporting mainframe systems and software development. In 1983, Mr. Fischer relocated to Rochester, Minnesota to manage a new product develop organization which brought to market a new generation of advanced hardware systems along with application and operating systems software.
In 1986, Mr. Fischer relocated again to Washington, DC to manage a Field Engineering and Systems Engineering Operation in the Maryland/DC region and in 1989 relocated to Boulder, Colorado to manage a variety of corporate-wide projects including international fulfillment systems, manufacturing operations, and information technology development in the United States, Japan, Denmark, Australia, and Canada.
In 2006, Mr Fischer joined with Mr. Primal Fernando to develop, deploy, and commercialize a variety of new advanced energy efficient optical and fenestration related products utilizing thin film, liquid crystal, and nanotechnology manufacturing.
About Nexeon Energy Solutions
Nexeon has designed this technology and created marketing strategies to deliver a dynamic Green?Build product with a worldwide demand in the commercial and residential building, automotive, aerospace, nautical, and many other fields. The technology will enable windows to adjust from clear to black and anywhere in between in a few milliseconds. Nexeon window film, which will be a smart?tint product, can be incorporated into new glass window installations or retrofitted onto existing glass window applications.