Solaris Power Cells Inc (OTCMKTS:SPCL) has finalized a new market contract with Gala Global Inc., the entity that will distribute and commercialize the Solaris premium vape mode. This product integrates battery free PESA™ technology of the company. Steve Lawrence, the COO, stated that between the resources and scope of Gala Global and the show and ease of utilization of the Solaris vape mod they have put a notable team around an interesting product.

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Like all offerings designed and produced by Solaris, the reported vape mode to be supplied and commercialized by Gala manages battery-free via the Solaris PESA™. This mode constitutes a 10-year warranty on PESA™ cell, with the charging time of just under 2 minutes. It should be noted that the charging time for other rechargeable batteries is quite higher compared to Solaris vape mode.

Moreover, the new product of Solaris can be recharged over 500,000 times in app. Typical lithium batteries result in hundreds of discharge as well as charge cycles before letdown. The power show of the introduced mode is better as compared to the battery supported mods, and doesn’t need any battery replacement.

In distinct news, Solaris Power posted that the Director of Sun Car Sales would be Gregg Gard, who is an entrepreneur and PGA expert with extensive experience of over fifteen years in the golf segment. He has served as GM for several golf clubs in California with active participation in many activities of club businesses.

Gard has operated and introduced his own firm offering extensive services to the golfing industry with retail offerings which the firm produced and designed. Gard will direct sales measures linked to the Solaris’ Sun Car launch and its state-of-the-art renewable energy know-how to NEV and Golf Car’s consumers in the recreational as well as the industrial space.

NEV and Golf cars comes in the list of low speed automobiles used for short distant commuting. The prime applications are in hotels, golf courses, parks, commercial premises, industrial, airports, residential, tourist destinations and institutions.