Solaris Power Cells Inc (OTCMKTS:SPCL) have entered into a new market deal with Gala Global Inc., the firm that will distribute and market the Solaris premium vape mode. The unique Vapor Mod product integrates Solaris’ battery free PESA™ storage technology. Steve Lawrence, the COO of Solaris Power, said that between the resources and reach of Gala Global and the performance and ease of use of the Solaris vape mod offering they have put a wonderful team around a thrilling product.
Like all offerings advanced and produced by Solaris, the vape mode to be commercialized and supplied by Gala manages battery free through the Solaris PESA™ power supply. This mode comprises a 10-year limited warranty on PESA™ cell. The charging time of vape mod is just under 2 minutes against hours with rechargeable batteries. Moreover, it can be recharged more than 500,000 times in application. Typical lithium batteries can yield hundreds of discharge and charge cycles before failure. Additionally, the power show of the Solaris vape mode is better than battery supported mods without ever needing battery replacement.
In unrelated news, Solaris Power reported that it has appointed Gregg Gard as the Director of Sun Car Sales. He is an entrepreneur and PGA Professional with extensive experience of more than fifteen years in the golf industry. He has been GM for golf clubs in California and has been involved in all activities of club businesses.
Gard has also introduced and operated his own firm serving the golfing industry with retail products which the firm designed and produced. Gard will lead sales measures pertaining to the launch of the Solaris’ Sun Car and its innovative renewable energy technology to NEV and Golf Car’s users in the recreational and industrial space.
NEV and Golf cars are low speed automobiles which are taken for short distant commuting. The prime applications of these cars are in hotels, parks, golf courses, commercial premises, residential, industrial, airports, institutions and tourist destinations. As per Transparency Market Research, the NEV and golf car industry will reach $2.81 billion in 2020.