Envision Solar Announces Record High Contracted Backlog for EV ARC™ & Solar Tree® Product Orders
Orders for EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® Products rise.
SAN DIEGO, CALIF. February 24, 2015 – Envision Solar International, Inc., (OTCQB: EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewable energy Media and Branding, and EV charging product company, announced today that it recently received orders for it’s EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® products which push it into record territory for contracted backlog, with current contracts in the millions of dollars. The orders come from new and existing customers and will be entirely fulfilled in the Company’s new facility in San Diego, California.
“Our strategy is working,” said Desmond Wheatley, CEO of Envision Solar. “Our sales and marketing efforts are paying off and this record level of orders shows that we not only have the best products but also a rapidly expanding customer base that appreciates our solutions. Our new facility is being kept very busy. We are getting more efficient every day which means shorter delivery times and reduced costs – all good news for our customers and shareholders.”
The current backlog of contracts is for earliest possible delivery. The Company is in production of EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® products at their new facility at time of writing and expects to fulfill all existing orders during the next quarter.
Contact the Company for more information on its products and new headquarters and fabrication facility.
About Envision Solar International, Inc.
Based in San Diego, Envision Solar, www.envisionsolar.com, designs, manufactures and deploys unique, renewable energy media and branding systems and EV chargers with a Drag & Drop Infrastructure™ product line. The company’s flagship products include the patent pending EV ARC™, patented Solar Tree® array and Solar Tree® Socket™.
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