IDS Industries, Inc. announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Charge! Energy Storage, Inc. has scheduled to launch its new line of portable electric generators featuring lithium battery storage and capable of traversing all terrains. Whether choosing the 1.25kWh or 2.5kWh storage unit, the FEMA approved and showcased power station provides twice the power of lead acid batteries with half the weight and has a full depth of discharge capability. Every unit includes an array of attributes making these units the choice for those either needing off-grid power or desiring a small footprint.
“We are looking forward to launching our new product line at HempCon this month. The Company has been working hard, focusing on providing an elegant portable power solution for the past 18 months. We are very happy with this latest line provided by our U.S. based manufacturing partner,” said Scott Plantinga, CEO of IDS Industries. Mr. Plantinga added, “The cannabis industry has provided Charge! the opportunity to prove and refine our units. Charge! will continue to modify its product line to meet the varied needs for commercial application including providing power to growers, processors, labs, dispensaries and collectives. Charge! has strategically chosen this event positioned to unveil its latest product line to an audience that includes current cannabis relationships and opens the door for the Company to establish new ones and join the industry’s celebration during on ’04/20′.”
HempCon is a 3-day convention series for the cannabis and hemp industries, with the first 2014 show starting on April 18 at the NOS Event Center in San Bernardino, California. Charge! will begin taking orders online, Friday, April 18th while shipping is scheduled to commence Thursday, May 1, 2014. The Company believes the cannabis and hemp market sector represents a significant opportunity for growth and revenue expansion and stated it will continue to seek other market opportunities that will drive long-term revenue and build value for its shareholders.