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Envision Solar Signs Second Work Order

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 11/18/2010, Location: North America

Envision Solar International, Inc.a leading solar system designer and developer, announced that it has executed a second work order under the recently signed Master Services Agreement (MSA) with Morrow Meadows Corporation. The scope of work entails designing and deploying EnvisionTrak solar tracking technology and CleanCharge solar/electric vehicle charging stations for a customer headquartered in the Eastern U.S.

Desmond Wheatley, president of Envision Solar, said, “Our execution of a Master Services Agreement with Morrow Meadows Corporation will enable us to efficiently enter into work orders on a significant pipeline of projects that our two organizations are either jointly or separately pursuing. This second work order, signed less than two months after the first project was commenced, demonstrates the validity of our approach and of the pipeline. We are delighted to expand our relationship with Morrow Meadows and look forward to continuing to provide excellent service to our new and existing customers together.”

Under the terms of the MSA, Envision Solar will provide solar master planning, design and development of solar projects and supply its ParkSolar designs using Solar Tree and Solar Grove products, as well as CleanCharge and EnvisionTrak technology to enhance energy yield and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) for the customer. Morrow Meadows provides full-service electrical, engineering and contracting services as well as bringing a significant install base and customer prospect list to the relationship.

Jim Laehy, director of business development of Morrow-Meadows, added, “We are developing a significant pipeline with Envision Solar. As our existing customers elect to ‘go solar,’ Envision Solar enables us to deliver high-quality design and products. We never compromise on quality and Envision Solar helps us to competitively ensure that we maintain that commitment on our solar projects.”

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