Envision Solar, Inc. (OTCBB: EVSI) Envision Solar 7675 Dagget Street Suite 150 San Diego, CA 92111 USA Phone: 858.799.4583 Toll Free: 866.746.0514 Websites:
EVSI is a solar company that specializes in building and designing integrated solar building solutions and deploys them globally to companies, schools, corporations and government agencies. The company's products include Solar Tree, Solar Row, Life Port, Life Village and Solar Grove.
We will focus mostly on the Solar Tree® and Solar Grove ® technologies, because EVSI is taking a huge bite out of the solar market with these products, & landing MAJOR clients.
What the Company DoesIn the context of growing global concerns about climate change, the atmosphere and the environment; escalating costs and reduction in availability of fossil fuels, and increased interest and investment in green technology development, Envision Solar takes a unique approach to renewable energy systems design and implementation. Distributed solar power generation can be beautiful, efficient and affordable. Solar does not have to sit on rooftops. Parking lots are valuable real estate that can generate power, provide shaded parking and revenue. Solar can also reside in homeowners’ yards, enhancing the real estate property value while providing both shade and power.
As a solar system supplier, Envision Solar is taking the lead in developing new designs, systems and technologies. It is helping property owners identify energy saving and renewable energy production opportunities that can generate additional revenue while reducing operating costs.
The company offers turn-key services, designs structures that support PV modules in an aesthetically pleasing, visible and value enhancing way, manages all aspects of the project from start to finish and provides a range of financing options that take advantage of federal and regional tax incentives.
EVSI is a relatively young company that went public just a few months ago; and is rapidly moving into the $90 BILLION dollar solar equipment market.
In addition, the revolutionary new Solar Grove concept is being projected as an additional $1.3 Billion Dollar Market, and EVSI is the first-to-market with this technology! (In fact they are the ONLY company with this concept!)
EVSI has already built an impressive client list for it's Solar Grove Product, with big names like Dell, Johnson & Johnson, Kyocera, Centocor, the University of San Diego, & Sun Edison, and is now starting to get major press, including features THIS WEEK in USA Today, and The New York Times, covering EVSI's flagship designs, the "Solar Tree ®" and "Solar Grove ®" technologies.
You Can Read the USA TODAY & New York Times stories below:
EVSI is the first company to invent and build solar parking structures. EVSI has numerous first-to-market technologies, but the unique vision of the solar parking lot is what is separating them from the pack of solar companies, and getting them the attention they deserve from major news outlets.
InterPV Magazine recently named EVSI one of their Top 10 Solar Picks of 2010! The company was selected from a pool of over 900 solar companies representing every facet of the solar market.CleanCharge product, that integrates Envision Solar's parking shade structures, Solar Trees, with electric vehicle charging stations."
EVSI's vision of the solar parking lot, is in taking the billions of acres of unused parking spaces and incorporating solar structures used to harness energy, while offsetting companies energy costs, and lessoning their carbon footprints.
EVSI has multiple designs already installed and in use, with patents with the U.S. Patent office currently pending. (The company has only been public for a few months, yet they have the Solar Grove & Solar Tree technologies already deployed and in use in over 17 locations.)
Dell currently has EVSI's Solar Groves installed over their parking structures. The design is a high quality shaded carport structure that includes built in solar panels. EVSI's technology transforms heat absorbing parking areas into natural and efficient solar power plants. The Solar Tree design simultaneously shades parking spaces and generates clean electricity directly from the sun, and can be connected to any electric grid.
The solar tree structures at Dell also incorporate EVSI's CleanCharge solar charging stations for use in charging hybrid and electric vehicles. The Solar Trees offset some of the company's energy usage through grid-connected solar systems.
The Solar Grove® at Dell Headquarters in Round Rock, TX was specifically designed to prominently display the photovoltaic parking lot arrays to be visible to drivers on the nearby highway. The Solar Grove® is a part of Dell’s long-standing commitment to sustainability, and includes two Envision Solar CleanCharge™ solar-to-electric vehicle charging stations. The 110.62 kW system of 11 Solar Trees® produces approximately 131,000 kilowatt hours annually, utilizes 516 BP Solar photovoltaic modules, and provides shade for 56 parking spaces.
Key Strategic Partnership:
Two months ago EVSI joined forces with American Clean Energy to create a solar energy financing partnership.
I believe this is the key to rapid growth of EVSI's solutions over the next few years.
The partnership allows EVSI and American Clean Energy to bring clean solar energy to organizations, without any capital investment required of them!
The partnership enables companies to incorporate large-scale solar developments through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) that eliminates their need to finance the solar infrastructure themselves, finallymaking solar energy something that is both environmentally friendly, and makes financial sense!
EVSI Potential Market:
EVSI has designed nine megawatts (a megawatt is 1 million watts) of solar projects, installed 1.4 megawatts of solar systems, and has approximately seventy megawatts of solar projects in the companies pipeline.
The company is starting to garner attention and is in a market that has increased from $20 billion dollars in 2009 to an estimated $90 billion dollars by the end of 2010.
The solar industry is currently showing consistent 30% annual growth over a span of the last 15 years, and solar installations actually increased by 80% in 2009.
This trend doesn't seem to be slowing down as Washington is pushing to double alternative energy production by 2012.
We believe EVSI has remarkable potential considering it just became a publicly traded company a few months ago and already has an impressive client list that is continuing to grow.
The company stock is relatively low ($0.49 a share) and we believe it has excellent potential in the near term. The company has been receiving a lot of attention over the last week with major news outlets featuring the company's technology, and growing client base.
We think at $0.49 a share; EVSI is at an excellent entry point. This is one of those companies that at any moment could land a contract that could instantly increase the company's value overnight.
We expect to see strong investor interest in EVSI over next week. The stock looks to be ready for a breakout as it closed Friday up 4%, and we're expecting it could have a breakout early this week. If we see EVSI start to move on Monday, it could be the beginning of a nice upward move that could be an opportunity for OTCPicks.com members so put EVSI on your watchlist and look for trading opportunities this week.
Envision Solar, Inc.
7675 Dagget Street
San Diego, CA 92111 USA
Toll Free: 866.746.0514
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