EcoloCap Solutions Inc. (OTCBB:ECOS), an integrated network of environmentally-focused technology companies utilizing nanotechnology to develop efficient alternative energy solutions, today announced that Michael Siegel President and CEO of Ecolocap Solutions, Inc. on a week-long visit to India has reached an agreement in principle with Ajay Singh, managing director of Spice Jet.
Area of battery applications
The discussions dealt on three areas of battery applications: 1) The utilization of the EcoloCap Nano Li(x) battery for various fleet operations including the conversion of the described bus routes into an all electric operation. 2) The design of an EcoloCap Nano battery for use in an electric three-wheeler design and a four wheel taxi. The deadline to start the manufacturing of the three-wheeler is Sep 2010. The government permit for this product proposes an initial production of 10,000 units. 3) The all-electric taxi is to be introduced by the company in Dec. 2010 with only slight design changes needed to migrate production to small and medium size delivery trucks.
The first batteries are to be assembled in India by a venture to be defined by the parties, subject to final design and longevity testing now underway, and which will last for 4 weeks.
Mr. Sheetal P. Singh, a Director of Argentum stated: "After an initial study and based on past results, we are convinced that the Ecolocap Nano battery technology will make India a leader in the electric fleet transportation market. We have signed the necessary NDA's with EcoloCap and are proceeding to testing for longevity. We expect that these tests will be consistent with previous tests and we will be looking to conclude an alliance with EcoloCap for local production of the batteries. "
Mr. Siegel stated, "The electric vehicle will eventually play an important role in Indian society. The Nano battery is the only battery now considered for these applications because of the price and power density. We plan to deliver sample batteries to be used in 200 three wheelers for the 2010 Commonwealth Games to be held in New Delhi."