KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Jan. 15, 2014) - SUNVAULT ENERGY, INC. (OTCQB:SVLT) ("the Company") is pleased to announce that Governor Bill Richardson has elected to rejoin the Sunvault board of directors as an acting and contributing director.
"I am excited to see that the shareholders and the Company have been able to set a firm direction and that we will be working to move the Company forward," stated Governor Richardson. "I was and am willing to facilitate the Company with contacts and relationships to move the Company's business forward."
"Sunvault Energy is pleased that Governor Richardson has rejoined our board of directors. We look forward to working with him and moving our technology forward into the market of universally recognized and utilized powered devices," commented Gary Monaghan, Sunvault Energy CEO.
The Company will be adding additional directors to the board and will be filing an 8K on the various changes that have recently occurred within the management team. Immediate focus will be to move the company patented technology into various forms of revenue in a realistic time frame.
About Sunvault Energy, Inc.:
Sunvault Energy, Inc. is committed to bringing cost effective generation and energy storage to the solar industry through a seamless, novel and simultaneous integration of energy generation and storage at the molecular level. This technical approach is a first and has the potential to enable the lowest overall system cost at maximum efficiency.
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