Envision Solar Announces Significant EV ARC™ Sales Order from Major Real Estate Investor
Solar Charging for Electric Vehicles Is a Desirable Amenity for Residents and Tenants
SAN DIEGO, CA. (Marketwired – March 12, 2015) – Envision Solar International, Inc., (EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewable energy Media, Branding and EV charging product company, announced today that it recently received orders for its EV ARC™ products from Carleton Management, Inc. in San Diego.
Carleton develops and invests in commercial and residential real estate in the San Diego area and continually strives to provide the highest quality locations with the finest amenities. Environmental stewardship and sustainability are core values for Carleton.
“We continually seek to provide innovative amenities to our customers,” said Tami Daiber, Vice President of Operations for Carleton. “San Diego is a very active market for EVs and we want to make sure that we have the infrastructure in place to meet and exceed the expectations of our clients who drive EVs. A solar-powered solution is right for our clients, good for the environment and enhances our properties. With the installation of EV ARC products, we can provide vehicle charging stations without the costs and complexities of trenching our parking lots.”
“We are delighted to have received this order from Carleton,” said Desmond Wheatley, CEO of Envision Solar. “EV ARCs will allow their clients and guests to drive EVs on sunshine without disrupting their high-quality properties. They will save money on the installation process and electricity and they’ll never have to worry that a client who drives an EV can’t make it home after a blackout.”
EV ARC™ products are fully transportable and deployed in minutes without any impact on the location. They produce enough solar power each day for up to 150 miles of electric driving and store 28kWh of energy for charging at night or to be used in times of utility grid failure.
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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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