Envision Solar International, Inc., a leading sustainable infrastructure designer and developer, today announced that the company received over one million dollars in orders in the first quarter of 2011 for the company's iconic standard multi-axis EnvisionTrak patented Solar Tree systems and services. The orders will be fulfilled in the North East and South West of the United States in the third and fourth quarters of 2011.
Envision Solars Solar Tree with integrated EnvisionTrak and CleanCharge systems together comprise a highly engineered parking area solar array charging system that is 20 to 25 percent more productive than conventional fixed solar photovoltaic systems. This increase is achieved by incorporating hybrid multiaccess tracking, which enables the solar panels to follow the sun throughout the day. Energy from the panels will be used to charge electric vehicles or delivered to the power grid. Feeding all excess solar energy back into the power grid supports the State of Californias mandate of reaching 33 percent renewable energy by 2020.
CEO Robert Noble said, We launched our company with a vision to plant Solar Tree systems on parking lots worldwide, and now it is becoming a reality. Now, after years of focused technology and product development and major projects executed nationwide, we are seeing the extraordinary growth in demand for our advanced products. Our system based structures, EnvisionTrak tracking technology, and our CleanCharge electric vehicle charging and other integrated technologies, are all converging into a universal kit of parts which fully satisfy this exploding renewable energy market.
Envision President Desmond Wheatley said, These tracking Solar Trees are the best we've ever built. We've taken the finest attributes of previous generations of our Solar Trees and rolled them into this new iconic and highly standardized offering. Customers love them and the level of order activity in the first quarter that the product became fully available is a significant affirmation of the direction of our product development. The interest is tremendous and growing across the country and our standardization efforts have dramatically improved our ability to deliver our products to market efficiently - anywhere.