TGI Solar Power Is Pleased To Announce That It Has Signed a MOU with Electric Cars Ltd of Kiev

Ewing, NJ , Nov. 28, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — TGI Solar Power Is Pleased To Announce That It Has Signed a MOU with Electric Cars Ltd of Kiev

TGI will act as project manager and will own a percentage of the total enterprise. TGI and its management team has been working on this project for over two years and is very pleased with the overall progress made to date with Mr. Alexander Tuz, PhD, who has been working on the project for close to six years.

In January-March 2017, 548 electric vehicles and 219 hybrid vehicles were registered in Ukraine. Compared with the number registered last year, the total number of electric cars in the first three months increased by 32% and the total number of hybrid cars grew by 24%,” the statement reads. The experts predict the dynamics of 3,000 electric and hybrid vehicles for 2017, given the figures of the first quarter.”

The Company has met with Finex Insurance Group to provide our future car owners with comprehensive polices that would include extended warranties, road assistance as well as battery replacement (the most important part of electric vehicles).  Additionally, we have interviewed several candidates for key management positions.

About TGI Solar: TGI SOLAR POWER GROUP INC. is a diversified holding company. TGI’s strategy is to acquire innovative and patented technologies, components, processes, designs and methods with commercial value that will give competitive market advantage and generate shareholder value.

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