Solaris Power Cells Secures Its New Research & Development Facilities
Palm Springs, California--(Newsfile Corp. - September 30, 2013) - Solaris Power Cells (OTCQB: SPCL) has opened its new Research and Development labs that consist of Almost 10,000 square feet located within the CVEP iHub Advanced Manufacturing Center.
The Solaris Power Cells Research Facility is located just blocks from the UPS and FedEx distribution centers, located just blocks from Palm Springs city Hall, the Palm Springs International Airport and as an extra benefit we are located within the Foreign Trade Zone. Solaris will use this new facility to continue its Research & Development and start testing its PASA "Passive Electron Storage Arrays" concepts allowing Solaris Power Cells to move closer to creating its proof of concepts prototypes for testing by Golf Course's and potential Golf Car resellers & dealers.
The Solaris PASA "Passive Electron Storage Array" is an Intelligent PCBA (Printed Circuit Board Assembly) design that creates a safer, passive and Non-Chemical method to store electricity unlike toxic Lead Acid or Lithium-Ion batteries.
"The new Solaris Research and Development labs have validated CVEP programs and now Solaris will attract other likeminded high tech business to the Coachella Valley" says Joe Wallace, Managing Director of the iHub Palm Springs.
Solaris Power Cells (www.solarispowercells.com) is a diversified "green" energy storage manufacturer offering residential and commercial users turn-key, renewable energy storage solutions. Solaris manufactures the Solaris Power Cells for Limited Use Electric Vehicles like golf cars. The Solaris Smart-Cell is a 100% lead-free, solid state storage solution that makes renewable energy greener and better by allowing applications to utilize more of the energy generated. Solaris Power Cells provides a PCBA (printed circuit board assembly) Passive Energy Storage Array. The Solaris Power Cell is capable of providing energy storage to applications normally reliant and equipped with highly toxic lead acid, nickel metal hydride or lithium-ion batteries.
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