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Leo Motors Inc. Reaches Major Revenue Milestone Toward Profitability


By Princeton Research

Seoul, South Korea / December 5, 2013 / ACCESSWIRE / Leo Motors Inc. (OTCBB: LEOM) announced that it made a sale valued at 1.1 billion Korean Won (approximately $1 million USD). The sale is the first fruits of LEO’s intensive technology development program.

Leo’s contract with Heim e-Construction, Inc. calls for delivery of 100 units of Leo’s proprietary “Solar e-Boxes” in three months.

Leo’s Solar e-Box is unique in that its “All in One System” converges solar panels, inverters, and a battery system into a single unit consisting of 2kW/h Solar Power Generation Module, and a 4.1kW/h energy storage system. There is no product on the market today that can come close to the performance and capabilities of Leo’s Solar e-Box. Because our energy storage technology utilizes EV technology, it provides more efficient and safer energy input, retention, and output than others.

Heim e-Construction is a contracting arm of Sekisui Heim, a Japan based global manufacturer of housing components and systems. They are an “Energy Zero” housing company.

Leo also entered into strategic alliance agreement with Sekisui Heim Korea for providing Solar e-Box for global energy zero housing project. Leo’s Solar e-Box is to be installed in Luxury condominiums under construction in Yangpyung City in Korea.

Mr. J. Y. Choi, CEO of Leo Motors Korea, said, “With this sale, Leo has established a “value reference” for its technology in the housing sector of the energy storage industry. This will open many new profitable markets for us for years to come.”

Dr. Robert Kang, recently rejoined CEO of Leo Motors, Inc., said, “This definitive sales contract has great meaning to Leo as a business, it is our first tangible reward for our dedication to technology development.”


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Source: Leo Motors