Lithium Boost Technologies CEO Sam Lev to Present Innovative Solution for Powering Low Speed Electric Vehicles at Next Generation Batteries 2014
Sam Lev, Lithium Boost Technologies CEO, will present Customer Stories of Successful Lithium-in Battery System Installation in Golf Cars and Off-Road Electric Vehicles
April 13, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Lithium Boost Technologies Inc., the leading provider of integrated Lithium-ion battery systems to power low speed electric vehicles (LSEV), today announced that Sam Lev, the company's CEO, will present its innovative solution at the upcoming Next Generation Batteries International Conference.
The 4th Next Generation Batteries International Conference, managed by the Knowledge Foundation, will take place April 29-30 at the Hilton Resort & SPA in San Diego, California. Sam Lev's speaking session "Lithium-Ion Batteries in Low Speed Electric Vehicles: A Case Study", is scheduled for 3.30pm on Tuesday April 29.
In this conference session, Lev will present two case studies to describe the advantages of using lithium-ion batteries in low speed electric vehicles (LSEVs). The speaker will share with the audience two customers' stories, one of custom-built electric neighborhood vehicle in The Villages and the second of Polaris, electric hunting vehicle in Texas. The presentation will illustrate how replacement of existing lead acid batteries can enhance the vehicle performance while eliminating the maintenance hassle and assuring about 4 times longer battery life cycle.
Fred Merrow (The Villages, Florida) is one of the early adopters of the novel lithium-ion technology for his custom-built "Fred Mobile" neighborhood vehicle: "Now I can take my golf cart out for a long ride and know I will make it back home with no problems. The mileage range went from 12-15 miles with lead batteries, to 48-54 mile range with the lithium batteries on a single battery charge."
"We're excited to demonstrate that our integrated lithium-ion battery system that includes proprietary smart BMS (Battery Management System) and chargers is a robust solution that was proven in the field," said Sam Lev, CEO of Lithium Boost Technologies. "As analysts indicate, the market for lithium-ion battery based transportation is growing fast, and those who catch the early ride on industry trends can win the race and gain a huge competitive advantage. Our unique lithium battery solution provides low-speed electric car dealers with a great opportunity to significantly grow their business and offer the customers state-of-the-art products and services to satisfy their increasing performance needs."
About Lithium Boost
Based in San Diego, California, Lithium Boost Technologies Inc. provides innovative integrated Lithium-ion battery systems deploying high-quality LiFePO4 cells to power low speed electric vehicles (LSEVs) and emerging applications.
Based on proprietary technology, Lithium Boost has built a complete performance-optimized lithium-ion system with smart BMS (Battery Management System) and chargers that allow to best harness the power of lithium-ion technology.
Privately held, the company was founded in 2011 to lead the development of green energy system that can replace existing lead acid batteries in golf carts, Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEV), off-road, hunting, and similar low speed vehicles, while eliminating the maintenance hassle, and providing higher performance and longer life cycle at competitive cost. For more information: www.lithiumboost.com
About Next Generation Batteries Conference
The 4th International Next Generation Batteries conference will bring together innovators from leading academic, industry, business, and government organizations to discuss and exchange ideas, concepts, and experimental results within the following topic areas: next generation batteries technologies, advanced Li-ion batteries, and hybrid renewable energy systems. Managed by Knowledge Foundation, the conference will be held in San Diego, CA, at the Hilton Resort & SPA on April 29-30 2014. For more information: http://www.knowledgefoundation.com/viewevents.php?event_id=315&act=evt