EV Battery Tech Announces Launch of the IoniX Pro TITAN EnergyCore


Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp. (the “Company” or “EV Battery Tech“) (CSE: ACDC) is pleased to announce the official launch of the first product from its IoniX Pro TITAN Series, the EnergyCore (the “EnergyCore“).

The Company recently revealed features and specifications of its IoniX Pro TITAN Series and began taking orders for the EnergyCore today through the IoniX Pro website www.ionixpro.com. Each device will be tailored to meet consumer requirements and prices will vary depending on the size of the EnergyCore.

“The addition of our exclusive and patented AI integrated BMS technology will allow EnergyCore owners the luxury of remote monitoring, maintenance and, in some cases repair and rebalance,” said EV Battery Tech CEO, Bryson Goodwin. “We hope the technology will represent a fundamental shift in both customer expectations and understanding of how flexible our offering is,” added Mr. Goodwin.

According to a 464 page report published by the International Energy Agency in Q4 2020, solar power offers the ‘cheapest electricity in history’.  

The world has reached a turning point with oil, gas and other environmentally harmful energy generation methods. The transition to cleaner alternatives has already begun and will only accelerate in the coming years. We will constantly evolve and improve to ensure we remain on the forefront of clean energy technology during this new industrial era,” Mr. Goodwin continued.

The EnergyCore’s specifications will vary depending on consumers’ specific requirements, but the Company displayed specifications in its January 18, 2021 news release for an initial 2000kWh device for potential customers to use as a base for scalability. The Company intends for the EnergyCore to exceed the needs of today and meet the “smart” grid integration requirements of tomorrow.

The TITAN Series can be used for a multitude of applications, but the Company will primarily be targeting large scale mega markets, such as renewable energy, major industrial and cities.

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