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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 has received multiple purchase orders for its EV ARC™ and Solar Tree HVLC products totaling over $2M in less than 30 days. The purchase orders come from Fortune 500 companies and are made up of orders of patent pending EV ARC™ and Solar Tree HVLC products equipped with EV charging stations, custom branding and unique technology solutions such as the patented EnvisionTrak™ solar tracker. “This represents our highest level of sales in a 30 day [...]
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In July 2014, notification was received from the US Patent and Trademark Office that two patent applications relating to new solar energy techniques had been allowed, and were in a state for formal issue. The first patent, entitled “Solar Energy Conversion and Utilization System (Application no. 13/103,070), claims a new advantageous technique for converting DC power from solar cells to 120 volt AC house current for powering a home. The second patent, entitled “Potential Arc Fault Detection and Suppression” (Application no. 13/225,505), discloses and claims a simple method for detecting and mitigating wiring faults that meets National Electrical Code requirements. Koolbridge Solar, [...]
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To support solar customers looking to lower the risks and cost associated with the selection and field application of solar inverters, DNV GL today announces the launch of a new inverter testing service. “The solar market will benefit from a more comprehensive and independent inverter testing service that extends inverter testing beyond verifying standards compliance,” says Ray Hudson, DNV GL Solar Service Line Leader. An inverter is a crucial element of a solar energy system. It converts the direct current (DC) output of the PV modules into alternating current (AC) and typically serves as the ‘central intelligence' of a solar project. [...]
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