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Beyond Tesla: Introducing the Future of EV Charging

Stockhouse Editorial
1 Comment| January 15, 2021

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(Image via Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp. video)

It was an impressive end to 2020 for Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp. (CSE: ACDC, Forum), (“the Company” or “EV Battery Tech” or “ACDC”) having unveiled the first series of its power charging products.

It was the culmination of a lot of hard work by the ACDC team, both on the development side, as well as the business side. It is no surprise that Company shares have climbed 4,600% over the past year, when many other companies struggled throughout one of the most trying periods in our recent history.

(Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp. stock chart – Jan 2020 to Jan 2021. Click to enlarge.)

However, things are just getting started for EV Battery Tech. The Company kicked off 2021 with a cutting-edge battery energy storage system, or ESS as it is called, for the home and office. As we look to the fast product rollout that is sure to come over the next few quarters, let’s take a look at the first new battery product in the IoniX Pro Series– the Home Smart WallTM.

The Home Smart Wall is a lithium-ion battery ESS with AI integration allowing real time monitoring, maintenance, and repairs. This system is also the only product in the market that can remotely analyze and repair battery systems.

Click the video below for a quick introduction to the IoniX Pro Home Smart Wall.

(Video via Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp. Click to play).

Upon releasing the technical specifications of the Home Smart Wall, EV Battery Tech’s Chief Executive Officer Bryson Goodwin stated that years of research and development had been spent not only developing this smart wall technology, but analyzing the battery market as a whole.

“The battery market is just in its infancy, and with our blockchain technology focused on analyzing millions of batteries performance and maintenance, we are confident that our system will perform well in the market once launched.”

A key finding the EV Battery Tech team made was a true understanding of the incredible needs people will have for power once the lithium-ion revolution fully takes hold. For a deeper look at how the Company plans to feed this hunger with the Smart Wall, take a look out Stockhouse’s recent interview with CEO Goodwin that was published shortly after its launch. A key point to consider is just how the Home Smart Wall will compete against, and even outperform industry rivals, like the Powerwall product created by Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA). The Company’s product already has a higher capacity than Tesla’s Powerwall, as well as larger dimensions, remote maintenance and repair capabilities, and a more affordable purchase price.

Head to head:

Comparing the anticipated specifications of the Home Smart Wall against the Tesla Powerwall, the Home Smart Wall boasts a state-of-the-art iOS and Android application to remotely control and monitor the home, but it will also offer first-of-a-kind remote battery monitoring, maintenance, and repair1.

IoniX Smart Wall Tesla Powerwall
Capacity 15 kwh 13.5 kwh
Dimensions 1228 x 755 x 1802 1150 x 755 x 1552
Monitoring Detailed Basic
Remote Repair Remote Maintenance & Repair N/A
Battery Cell Lithium Ion - Lishen Lithium Ion - Tesla
Cost (USD) $5,500 $6,500

There is a reason people have taken to calling it “The Tesla Killer”. Almost identical in shape and size to the Powerwall, EV Battery Tech’s Smart Wall can hold more power capacity and is also safer, with more features (such as remote maintenance and rebalancing) and maybe most impressively, costs less than the Powerwall.

This first launch has kicked off 2021 strongly for the Company and has positioned it for exponential growth and exposure. Consumers can expect these products in their homes later this year. Until then, keep watch on Stockhouse for a sneak peak of what is to come from Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp.

Product rollout:

These patented Battery Management Systems (BMS) are designed to meet the growing demand for scalable, smart solutions in the rapidly growing Electric Vehicle (EV) and Energy Storage Solution (ESS) consumer segments.

Launched in early January 2021, this series will likely lead to several larger products based on the same concept as the Smart Wall. These larger-scalable versions will be made for the office or even a parkade.

To find out more about the Company, visit

  1. Available on certain components, not all battery parts

FULL DISCLOSURE: This is a paid article produced by Stockhouse Publishing.

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