Envision Solar Announces Record High Contracted Backlog for EV Arc™ & Solar Tree® Product Orders

Orders for EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® Products rise.

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. February 24, 2015 – Envision Solar International, Inc., (OTCQB: EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewable energy Media and Branding, and EV charging product company, announced today that it recently received orders for it’s EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® products which push it into record territory for contracted backlog, with current contracts in the millions of dollars. The orders come from new and existing customers and will be entirely fulfilled in the Company’s new facility in San Diego, California.

“Our strategy is working,” said Desmond Wheatley, CEO of Envision Solar. “Our sales and marketing efforts are paying off and this record level of orders shows that we not only have the best products but also a rapidly expanding customer base that appreciates our solutions. Our new facility is being kept very busy. We are getting more efficient every day which means shorter delivery times and reduced costs – all good news for our customers and shareholders.”

The current backlog of contracts is for earliest possible delivery. The Company is in production of EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® products at their new facility at time of writing and expects to fulfill all existing orders during the next quarter.

Contact the Company for more information on its products and new headquarters and fabrication facility.

About Envision Solar International, Inc.

Based in San Diego, Envision Solar, www.envisionsolar.com, designs, manufactures and deploys unique, renewable energy media and branding systems and EV chargers with a Drag & Drop Infrastructure™ product line. The company’s flagship products include the patent pending EV ARC™, patented Solar Tree® array and Solar Tree® Socket™.

This Press Release may contain forward-looking statements regarding future events or our expected future results that are subject to inherent risks and uncertainties. All statements in this Report other than statements of historical facts are forward looking statements. Forward looking statements are generally accompanied by terms or phrases such as “estimate,” “project,” “predict,” “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “target,” “plan,” “intend,” “seek,” “goal,” “will,” “should,” “may,” or other words and similar expressions that convey the uncertainty of future events or results. Statements contemplating or making assumptions regarding actual or potential sales, market size and demand, prospective business contracts, customer orders, trends or operating results also constitute forward looking statements. Our actual results may differ substantially from those indicated in forward looking statements because our business is subject to significant economic, competitive, regulatory, business and industry risks which are difficult to predict and many of which are beyond our control. Our operating results, financial condition and business performance may be adversely affected by a general decline in the economy, unavailability of capital or financing for our prospective customers to purchase products and services from us, competition, changes in regulations, a decline in the demand for solar energy, a lack of profitability, a decline in our stock price, and other risks. We may not have adequate capital, financing or cash flow to sustain our business or implement our business plans. Current results and trends are not necessarily indicative of future results that we may achieve.

Envision Solar Completes Successful Testing of ARC Mobility™

Custom Transportation Solution for EV ARC™ Models

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. February 19, 2015 – Envision Solar International, Inc., (OTCQB: EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewable energy Media and Branding, and EV charging product company, announced today that it has Successfully deployed its autonomous, solar powered EV charging station, the EV ARC™ in minutes and without using any specialized equipment except the new ARC Mobility™ transportation system.

EV ARC on ARC Mobility Transportation SystemARC Mobility™ is a custom trailer that tows, like a boat trailer, behind a pick up truck. The EV ARC™ units are attached to the trailer at Envision’s manufacturing facility in San Diego and from there transported to the customer location. Upon arriving at the location the EV ARC™ is “parked” in a pre-selected parking space while the ARC Mobility™ trailer returns to Envision’s facility to pick up the next EV ARC™ for delivery. There are no other equipment requirements and the delivery is conducted by an operator whose only required skill set is the ability to park a trailer. View a video of the ARC Mobility™.

ARC Mobility™ was invented, engineered and fabricated in Envision Solar’s new facility in San Diego, California where the company employs a diverse work force including the disabled, US Marine Corps combat veterans and women employed in traditionally male dominated positions.

“We are currently producing volumes of EV ARCs and Solar Trees for ten separate customers who are in different regions of the country and our order book is more active than ever in our history,” said Desmond Wheatley, CEO of Envision Solar. “Having a highly efficient delivery system which we control has already saved us money and time on this first delivery. EV ARC was already the fastest deployed EV charger in the industry and now our customers will benefit from even greater speeds of deployment while we increase our margins as a result of this new product”.

Envision Solar is producing EV ARC™, Solar Tree® and ARC Mobility™ products at the Company’s new facility in San Diego, California.

The California Air Resources Board recently stated that a complete “transition to zero- and near-zero emission technologies is necessary to meet 2023 and 2032 air quality standards and 2050 climate goals”. This means millions of electric vehicles and billions of dollars worth of EV charging infrastructure must be sold. The EV ARC™ is the only off grid, transportable, solar powered EV charger available today and with the addition of ARC™ Mobility it now beats it’s own previous records for speed and ease of deployment.

Contact the Company for more information on its products and new headquarters and fabrication facility.

About Envision Solar International, Inc.

Based in San Diego, Envision Solar, www.envisionsolar.com, designs, manufactures and deploys unique, renewable energy media and branding systems and EV chargers with a Drag & Drop Infrastructure™ product line. The company’s flagship products include the patent pending EV ARC™, patented Solar Tree® array and Solar Tree® Socket™.

This Press Release may contain forward-looking statements regarding future events or our expected future results that are subject to inherent risks and uncertainties. All statements in this Report other than statements of historical facts are forward looking statements. Forward looking statements are generally accompanied by terms or phrases such as “estimate,” “project,” “predict,” “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “target,” “plan,” “intend,” “seek,” “goal,” “will,” “should,” “may,” or other words and similar expressions that convey the uncertainty of future events or results. Statements contemplating or making assumptions regarding actual or potential sales, market size and demand, prospective business contracts, customer orders, trends or operating results also constitute forward looking statements. Our actual results may differ substantially from those indicated in forward looking statements because our business is subject to significant economic, competitive, regulatory, business and industry risks which are difficult to predict and many of which are beyond our control. Our operating results, financial condition and business performance may be adversely affected by a general decline in the economy, unavailability of capital or financing for our prospective customers to purchase products and services from us, competition, changes in regulations, a decline in the demand for solar energy, a lack of profitability, a decline in our stock price, and other risks. We may not have adequate capital, financing or cash flow to sustain our business or implement our business plans. Current results and trends are not necessarily indicative of future results that we may achieve.

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Envision Solar Announces the Opening of its new San Diego Fabrication and Assembly Facility

31,000 ft./sq. Facility will house Envision’s Corporate offices and be used for the assembly of EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® product line.

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. November 10, 2014 – Envision Solar International, Inc., (EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewable energy Media and Branding, and EV charging product company, announced today that it has moved into a 31,000 sq./ft. manufacturing facility in Miramar, San Diego. The Company will produce EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® products for it’s growing list of customers in this new location.

Envision Solar recently announced over $2M in orders for it’s EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® HVLC products. These and future orders will be fulfilled in the new facility.

“This is a very important step in our evolution,” said Desmond Wheatley, CEO of Envision Solar. “We have more contracted backlog than we have ever had and we believe that our growth trajectory is set to continue. I’m confident that having our own fabrication and assembly facility will significantly enhance our ability to reduce costs and delivery time while we improve quality and continue to evolve our products.”

Envision Solar will start to produce EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® products at the new facility in the fourth quarter. The EV ARC™ products will be shipped to major corporate customers including a Silicon Valley based search engine company, a biotech company, a major automobile company and a Californian city. The Company will continue to source components from its current vendors.

Contact the Company for more information on its new headquarters and fabrication facility.

About Envision Solar International, Inc.

Based in San Diego, Envision Solar, www.envisionsolar.com, designs, manufactures and deploys unique, proprietary and architecturally accretive renewable energy media and branding systems and EV chargers with a Drag & Drop Infrastructure™ product line. The company’s flagship products include the patent pending EV ARC™, patented Solar Tree® array and Solar Tree® Socket™.

This Press Release may contain forward-looking statements regarding future events or our expected future results that are subject to inherent risks and uncertainties. All statements in this Report other than statements of historical facts are forward looking statements. Forward looking statements are generally accompanied by terms or phrases such as “estimate,” “project,” “predict,” “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “target,” “plan,” “intend,” “seek,” “goal,” “will,” “should,” “may,” or other words and similar expressions that convey the uncertainty of future events or results. Statements contemplating or making assumptions regarding actual or potential sales, market size and demand, prospective business contracts, customer orders, trends or operating results also constitute forward looking statements. Our actual results may differ substantially from those indicated in forward looking statements because our business is subject to significant economic, competitive, regulatory, business and industry risks which are difficult to predict and many of which are beyond our control. Our operating results, financial condition and business performance may be adversely affected by a general decline in the economy, unavailability of capital or financing for our prospective customers to purchase products and services from us, competition, changes in regulations, a decline in the demand for solar energy, a lack of profitability, a decline in our stock price, and other risks. We may not have adequate capital, financing or cash flow to sustain our business or implement our business plans. Current results and trends are not necessarily indicative of future results that we may achieve.

Envision Solar Announces over Two Million Dollars in New Orders

The Company receives purchase orders for $2M in less than 30 days

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. October 20, 2014 – Envision Solar International, Inc., (EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewable energy Media and Branding, and EV charging product company, announced today that it has received multiple purchase orders for it’s EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® HVLC products totaling over $2M in less than 30 days.

The purchase orders come from Fortune 500 companies and are made up of orders of patent pending EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® HVLC products equipped with EV charging stations, custom branding and unique technology solutions such as the patented EnvisionTrak™ solar tracker.
“This represents our highest level of sales in a 30 day period to date,” said Desmond Wheatley, CEO of Envision Solar. “It continues the trend of increased sales we have executed in 2014 and I’m confident that it bodes well for the remainder of 2014 and 2015. These top tier customers are choosing our latest products because they are the best in the industry and they fill needs that others cannot. We hear this from our customers and the proof is in these current sales and also in our significant and growing pipeline. Our sales team is well equipped to continue this growth.”

The EV ARC™ and Solar Tree® products covered by these purchase orders will be produced by the Company and delivered to customers during Q4 of this year and the first quarter of 2015.

Frost and Sullivan forecasts that EV charging infrastructure deployments will grow at a 128% CAGR over the next five years. Solar powered charging offers the cleanest and easiest method for the deployment of such infrastructure particularly in cities and remote locations.

Contact the Company for more information on its products.

About Envision Solar International, Inc.

Based in San Diego, Envision Solar, www.envisionsolar.com, designs, manufactures and deploys unique, proprietary and architecturally accretive renewable energy media and branding systems and EV chargers with a Drag & Drop Infrastructure™ product line. The company’s flagship products include the patent pending EV ARC™, patented Solar Tree® array and Solar Tree® Socket™.

This Press Release may contain forward-looking statements regarding future events or our expected future results that are subject to inherent risks and uncertainties. All statements in this Report other than statements of historical facts are forward looking statements. Forward looking statements are generally accompanied by terms or phrases such as “estimate,” “project,” “predict,” “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “target,” “plan,” “intend,” “seek,” “goal,” “will,” “should,” “may,” or other words and similar expressions that convey the uncertainty of future events or results. Statements contemplating or making assumptions regarding actual or potential sales, market size and demand, prospective business contracts, customer orders, trends or operating results also constitute forward looking statements. Our actual results may differ substantially from those indicated in forward looking statements because our business is subject to significant economic, competitive, regulatory, business and industry risks which are difficult to predict and many of which are beyond our control. Our operating results, financial condition and business performance may be adversely affected by a general decline in the economy, unavailability of capital or financing for our prospective customers to purchase products and services from us, competition, changes in regulations, a decline in the demand for solar energy, a lack of profitability, a decline in our stock price, and other risks. We may not have adequate capital, financing or cash flow to sustain our business or implement our business plans. Current results and trends are not necessarily indicative of future results that we may achieve.

A portable solar recharger — for your car

The EV ARC, in San Francisco. Photo: The Chronical

The EV ARC, in San Francisco. Photo: The Chronical

Article Written By DAVID R. BAKER at SFGate

It’s hard to miss the EV ARC.

The electric car charging station from Envision Solar doesn’t need to be plugged in to the power grid. Nor does it need to be bolted to the ground or cemented in place. It is completely self-contained, getting all its electricity from a big solar panel while its heavy steel base keeps it in place.

And it’s coming to San Francisco.

Envision will deploy three ARCs in the city, moving them periodically to see how much use they get in different settings. The company displayed one ARC, short for Autonomous Renewable Charger, near San Francisco’s UN Plaza on Monday as part of the annual EV Week event promoting plug-in transportation.

“These EV ARCS will allow San Franciscans to drive on sunshine and drive for free, assuming they’re intelligent enough to have an electric car,” said Desmond Wheatley, CEO of Envision, which is based in San Diego.

Installing an electric vehicle charging station in a parking lot or along a city street typically requires tearing up the pavement to lay a cable to the nearest electrical line. Most cities demand a permit for that kind of work, adding time and expense. The ARC, in contrast, can be installed in 2 minutes, Wheatley said.

Its steel base, weighing about 11,000 pounds, keeps it anchored even in high winds. And the base’s dimensions — 8 feet by 18 feet — fit most parking slots. Electric cars simply roll onto the base and plug in, although on Monday, the company kept the car parked to the side to give the public a better view.

The solar panel, which tilts to track the sun, stores its electricity in a battery pack made by AllCell Technologies of Chicago. The battery pack, in turn, feeds a level-two charger.

The ARC’s San Francisco deployment will be funded by a grant from the Schmidt Family Foundation (that’s Eric and Wendy Schmidt, of Google fame). The non-profit group Charge Across Town, which applied for the grant, will help pick locations, working with several city departments. The plan calls for moving each station every three months in a kind of rolling experiment.

“If you don’t like the location, just move it,” Wheatley said.

Solar-Powered EV Charging Stations Heading to San Francisco

Article Written By RACHEL BARRON at Solar Energy

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Need to immediately quell the growing tension between your employees as they jockey with their electric vehicles throughout the day for a spot at the company’s one charging station?

Want to forgo the permitting process, trenching and electrical work needed to connect an EV charging station to the grid? Don’t even have a grid nearby to rig up a charging station?

A San Diego-based company has a solution to these modern-day dilemmas. Called the EV ARC, this 9-by-16-foot solar-powered EV charging station is made up of a ballast pad for cars to park on, and a 21.6 kilowatt-hour battery that stores electricity produced from a 2.3-kilowatt solar canopy.

This grid-free charging station can also be towed to a site like a boat on a boat trailer, and deployed in minutes into a standard parking lot space.

Envision Solar, which makes the technology, shared with SolarEnergy.net on Friday that the EV ARC will be participating in a micro-study of sorts to help San Francisco improve its knowledge on the best place to put a charging station within the city.

The study is being made possible by The 11th Hour Project; a program of The Schmidt Family Foundation, which works in part to boost electric vehicle adoption.

The foundation announced last week that eight projects, one of which includes Envision Solar, would share a $1 million grant.

Envision Solar’s cut of the grant will go toward getting San Francisco three EV ARCs, said Desmond Wheatley, president and CEO of the company.

The plan, according to Wheatley, is to drop the EV ARCs in selected parts of the city and move them about every three months, all the while tracking data, such as usage patterns, length of charging time per vehicle, et cetera.

This will give San Francisco the ability to test and study multiple locations using real data, as opposed to selecting charging station sites based on forecasted or modeled data, Wheatley said.

Enabling the EV ARC to charge electric vehicles completely off-grid is the company’s solar canopy.

Envision Solar isn’t the only one using solar for its charging stations. For example, the Tesla Supercharger network has looked to carport-mounted solar arrays to help feed its high-speed charging stations. BMW has been working on a ground-mounted, wing-like solar charging station. And of course there are those, such as the Ford motor company, who have been experimenting with putting solar on the roof of the car itself.

Historically, the size and number of solar panels have been the determining factor in getting solar-powered EV charging stations to perform relatively on par to grid-tied ones.

That’s why permanent structures supporting multiple solar arrays have been among the most cost-effective way to fill up a charging station with renewable energy.

To get enough renewable energy from an area the size of a single parking space, Envision Solar relies on its solar tracking system. Garnering more power from solar panels on movable mounts programmed to follow the sun is far from new.

But traditional tracking systems tend to follow what Wheatley describes as a swinging motion. “If you swing the solar array in a parking environment, you wind up swinging out to the street, or into the vehicles parked next to you. That’s a litigation [risk],” he said.

To avoid such damage, Wheatley said Envision Solar has designed a tracking system that bows. “It bows to the east, and then it bows south, and then it bows west,” he said, and it does it without leaving the linear alignment of the parking space.

Wheatley also said the EV ARC generates about 16 kilowatt-hours per day, which translates to being able to fully charge one standard electric car, or adding one-fourth charges to multiple electric cars in an urban environment where users tend to connect for shorter stints.

Like many emerging technologies, the EV ARC isn’t cheap. The ones San Francisco are getting cost around $45,000, Wheatley said.

“That’s the total cost,” Wheatley quickly points out, tacking on the fact that the price can drop substantially for customers who can partake in the federal government’s 30 percent solar Investment Tax Credit.

According to Wheatley, Envision Solar has had customers who spent five times the cost of an EV ARC to install grid-tied charging systems due to expenses, like digging up a parking lot, putting in new electric infrastructure, and managing the permitting process.

Despite Wheatley’s zeal for the EV ARC, it could take awhile to assess the market’s desire for the technology. The company is currently moving into its first real production cycle, according to Wheatley.

Whether electric cars get their energy from grid-tied charging stations or the EV ARC, many industry watchers expect the demand for more public charging locations to only grow.

In California, government agencies have been wrestling with getting the infrastructure in place to meet the governor’s executive order of getting 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on state’s roadways by 2025. And market research firm Navigant Research is projecting that there will be more than 35 million electric vehicles on roads worldwide by 2022.

EV ARC photo courtesy of Envision Solar.

11th Hour Project Selects EV ARC™ to Ignite EV Adoption

Mayor Lee of San Francisco applauds the deployment of multiple EV ARC™ units

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. September 18th, 2014 – Envision Solar International, Inc., (EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewable energy Media and Branding, and EV charging product company, announced today that the Schmidt Family Foundation has selected its EV ARC™ product after considering over 100 other submissions for projects aimed at increasing the adoption of EVs in the United States.

The EV ARC™ units will be deployed as part of Charge Across Town’s project “Driving on Sunshine,” which is a collaboration between the San Francisco Department of the Environment and Envision Solar to showcase the world’s first fully autonomous, mobile, and renewable EV charging station.

“The 11th Hour Project recognizes the importance of linking transportation to clean, renewable energy in order to move our nation away from its dependence on fossil fuels, and the “Driving on Sunshine” project will help people realize that electric cars can be fueled by just the sun,” said San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee.

“We are very proud to have been selected by the 11th Hour Project and we applaud their initiative and leadership in the vital area of transitioning the US to a clean and sustainable transportation model,” said Desmond Wheatley, CEO of Envision Solar. “The EV ARC™ units will make this project successful through their transportability and ease of deployment as we place them in different locations throughout the city during the first year of the project. EV drivers will be able to charge from clean solar energy in locations where it would be virtually impossible to deploy grid tied chargers. This is exactly the sort of initiative which will help speed the adoption of EVs in cities across the US and we are delighted that our products are helping to make that happen.”

The EV ARC™ is a cost-effective, easy-to-install, standalone solar charging station that requires no engineering, foundation, trenching, building permit or grid connection. Invented, engineered and manufactured in the United States, the EV ARC™ fits inside a standard parking space and generates enough renewable energy to provide an average of 55 and as many as 100+ electric miles each day. The energy is stored and ready for use in the 22 kWh on-board battery storage. The system’s clean solar electrical generation is enhanced by the patented EnvisionTrak™ sun tracking system, enabling the solar array to follow the sun, generating 18 to 25 percent more electricity than a conventional fixed array.

Frost and Sullivan forecasts that EV charging infrastructure deployments will grow at a 128% CAGR over the next five years. Solar powered charging offers the cleanest and easiest method for the deployment of such infrastructure particularly in cities and remote locations.

Contact the Company for more information on EV ARC™.

About Envision Solar International, Inc.

Based in San Diego, Envision Solar, www.envisionsolar.com, designs, manufactures and deploys unique, proprietary and architecturally accretive renewable energy media and branding systems and EV chargers with a Drag & Drop Infrastructure™ product line. The company’s flagship products include the patent pending EV ARC™, patented Solar Tree® array and Solar Tree® Socket™.

About the 11th Hour Project

A program of The Schmidt Family Foundation, The 11th Hour Project promotes a more responsible relationship with the world’s water, energy, and food resources by championing a fuller understanding of the impact of human activity within the web of interdependent living systems.

This Press Release may contain forward-looking statements regarding future events or our expected future results that are subject to inherent risks and uncertainties. All statements in this Report other than statements of historical facts are forward looking statements. Forward looking statements are generally accompanied by terms or phrases such as “estimate,” “project,” “predict,” “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “target,” “plan,” “intend,” “seek,” “goal,” “will,” “should,” “may,” or other words and similar expressions that convey the uncertainty of future events or results. Statements contemplating or making assumptions regarding actual or potential sales, market size and demand, prospective business contracts, customer orders, trends or operating results also constitute forward looking statements. Our actual results may differ substantially from those indicated in forward looking statements because our business is subject to significant economic, competitive, regulatory, business and industry risks which are difficult to predict and many of which are beyond our control. Our operating results, financial condition and business performance may be adversely affected by a general decline in the economy, unavailability of capital or financing for our prospective customers to purchase products and services from us, competition, changes in regulations, a decline in the demand for solar energy, a lack of profitability, a decline in our stock price, and other risks. We may not have adequate capital, financing or cash flow to sustain our business or implement our business plans. Current results and trends are not necessarily indicative of future results that we may achieve.

City of Shasta Lake Deploys Envision Solar EV ARC™

Shasta Lake Features the Envision Solar EV ARC™ Standalone Solar Charging Station at the City’s Grand River municipal parking lot on Shasta Dam Boulevard

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. August 28th, 2014 – Envision Solar International, Inc., (EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewable energy Media and Branding, and EV charging product company, announced today that the City of Shasta Lake, California has initiated their electric vehicle charging program with the installation of an Envision Solar EV ARC™ standalone Solar Charging Station. This fully renewably energized EV charger will be located at the City’s Grand River municipal parking lot on Shasta Dam Boulevard and will be available free of charge to the public. The EV ARC™ will be equipped with a standard Level II EV charger and power outlets to enable electric wheelchair charging.

The EV ARC™ is a cost-effective, easy-to-install, standalone solar charging station that requires no engineering, foundation, trenching, building permit or grid connection. Invented, engineered and manufactured in the United States, the EV ARC™ fits inside a standard parking space and generates enough renewable energy to provide an average of 55 and as many as over 100 electric miles each day. The energy is stored and ready for use in the 22 kWh on-board battery storage. The system’s clean solar electrical generation is enhanced by the patented EnvisionTrak™ sun tracking system, enabling the solar array to follow the sun, generating 18 to 25 percent more electricity than a conventional fixed array.

The City of Shasta Lake is a pristine community located on the Interstate 5 corridor just north of Redding in northern California. The proximity of the EV ARC™ to Interstate 5 will contribute to Governor Brown’s initiative to create EV charging infrastructure on California’s Interstate system.
Tom Miller, Assistant City Manager and Electric Utility Director for the City of Shasta said, “Clean and reliable energy is very important to the City of Shasta and so is being ready for the rapid growth in EV adoption. We were very happy to find this unique product, which solves so many of the challenges associated with EV charger deployments and has no negative environmental impact. The fact that Envision Solar is a Californian company with American made, environmental sustainability products means that this is a win for the people of Shasta and California.”

“This deployment in Shasta Lake further demonstrate the value of the EV ARC™,” said Desmond Wheatley, CEO of Envision Solar. “It was not economically feasible to run trenching and grid connections to this important location but the EV ARC™ delivers EV charging where traditional chargers cannot. Additionally, this will be the first EV ARC™ to offer electric wheelchair charging, something we are very proud of. We are delighted to have the City of Shasta as a customer and look forward to working with them and other cities to deliver renewably energized EV charging without the difficult or sometimes impossible tasks associated with tying to the grid.”

Navigant Research forecasts that the global EV market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24.6%. Solar powered charging offers the cleanest and easiest method for the deployment of such infrastructure.

Contact the Company for more information on EV ARC™.

About Envision Solar International, Inc.

Based in San Diego, Envision Solar, www.envisionsolar.com, designs, manufactures and deploys unique, proprietary and architecturally accretive renewable energy media and branding systems and EV chargers with a Drag & Drop Infrastructure™ product line. The company’s flagship products include the patent pending EV ARC™, patented Solar Tree® array and Solar Tree® Socket™.

This unique approach to the industry allows the company’s commercial and institutional customers to take full advantage of the multiple layers of value creation associated with transforming parking lots and other spaces into beautiful, shaded, renewable energy generation plants with innovative revenue opportunities and shrouded in the “Green Halo.”

This Press Release may contain forward-looking statements regarding future events or our expected future results that are subject to inherent risks and uncertainties. All statements in this Report other than statements of historical facts are forward looking statements. Forward looking statements are generally accompanied by terms or phrases such as “estimate,” “project,” “predict,” “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “target,” “plan,” “intend,” “seek,” “goal,” “will,” “should,” “may,” or other words and similar expressions that convey the uncertainty of future events or results. Statements contemplating or making assumptions regarding actual or potential sales, market size and demand, prospective business contracts, customer orders, trends or operating results also constitute forward looking statements. Our actual results may differ substantially from those indicated in forward looking statements because our business is subject to significant economic, competitive, regulatory, business and industry risks which are difficult to predict and many of which are beyond our control. Our operating results, financial condition and business performance may be adversely affected by a general decline in the economy, unavailability of capital or financing for our prospective customers to purchase products and services from us, competition, changes in regulations, a decline in the demand for solar energy, a lack of profitability, a decline in our stock price, and other risks. We may not have adequate capital, financing or cash flow to sustain our business or implement our business plans. Current results and trends are not necessarily indicative of future results that we may achieve.

Contact:
Morgan Coles
Envision Solar International, Inc.
(858) 799-4583
gosolar@envisionsolar.com

KUSI’s Coverage of the Kearny Mesa FIAT EV ARC™ Digital Inauguration

On July 28th, 2014 Envision Solar held a press conference in San Diego covered by local media and TV with Desmond Wheatley (Envision Solar CEO), Javier Soriano (Owner of Kearny Mesa Fiat), San Diego City Councilmember Lorie Zapf and Carl DeMaio (Former San Diego Councilmember and current candidate for Congress).

The press conference highlighted the debut of the Envision Solar EV ARC™ Digital at Kearny Mesa Fiat, which means that test driving a 500e at Kearny Mesa Fiat is the first time most San Diegan’s will have a chance to truly drive emission free and on sunshine. It also highlighted the environmental consciousness of Kearny Mesa Fiat and the Fiat brand, by not only driving emission free, but also driving on clean fuel.

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