Triad Pro Signs Memorandum of Understanding to Provide eCells to End User

New Energy Storage Technology Headed To Canada For Trial   

Fountain Valley, CA, Feb. 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- Triad Pro Innovators, Inc. (OTC Pink; TPII) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Raysolar Inc., of Kenora, Ontario, Canada, to prepare a plan of action regarding the installation of a new type of energy storage array using Triad Pro eCells supported by a solar field.  The objective is to install the Triad Pro patented energy storage solution, known as the eCell on the campus of a Raysolar client for the purpose of lowering the consumption of diesel fuel, thereby reducing costs while lowering associated greenhouse gas emissions. This Triad Pro eCell has the benefits of having no hazardous chemicals, toxic materials or acid and will not combust under normal operating conditions. The Triad Pro eCell has an anticipated lifespan of over 20 years and can be fully charged in only minutes. The Triad Pro eCell is designed to withstand both extreme hot or cold temperatures, and can be charged with any power source, making it ideal when partnered with solar energy. As always the eCell is controlled and monitored by our patent-pending circuit board, and proprietary software. Designed to suit many different applications the Triad Pro eCell technology is completely scalable.

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