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EV Battery Tech Signs Exclusive EV Infrastructure Agreement with Automall Development

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The Automall is currently configured for ten car dealerships with room for future expansion.

VANCOUVER — Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp. has signed an exclusive agreement with Glenhalla Estates Ltd. to provide its upcoming Automall development with IoniX Pro EV Smart Chargers.

The Company has signed an agreement with Glenhalla to provide the new IoniX Pro Smart Chargers throughout the Automall, with the potential to provide further energy storage solutions and other EV and ESS infrastructure enhancements as the development continues to expand. The Automall is currently configured for ten car dealerships with room for future expansion. Current minimum requirements call for two EV Smart Chargers at each dealership. The development also includes a flagship hotel, which will require a minimum of six EV Smart Chargers. Discussions with hotel operators have also included the possibility of an IoniX Pro TITAN EnergyCore storage system.

The Automall will be strategically located in Hope, British Columbia, making the most of the districts’ plans that are geared towards encouraging a greener, more sustainable future. The Company is thrilled to be offering its state-of-the-art IoniX Pro Battery solutions to assist in these initiatives.

“After considerable due diligence, we determined that EV Battery Tech is the perfect company to team up with on this development. Their technology is superior to others on the market and they embody one of greenest visions of any company I have ever encountered. We are very excited about this opportunity,” commented Glenhalla executive, Michael Hache.


The Company continues to try and build momentum in expanding its EV infrastructure reach. This announcement follows several EV and ESS infrastructure agreements which have included high rises, hotels and even bowling alleys.

“As we continue to develop our products and deliver on our business plan, we continue to share the real POWER of our solutions, no pun intended!” commented EV Battery Tech CEO, Bryson Goodwin.

“We are delighted to rapidly expand the reach of our IoniX Pro products, demonstrated by the infrastructure agreements we have executed. Our IoniX Pro products are developed utilizing patented battery technology and our proprietary blockchain technology, have the POWER to set a new industry standard upon launch later this year.”


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