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Exelon’s future is in its core, CEO says

Ailing electric-car maker Exelons chief executive, Richard Lee, says the company is aiming to hit the ground running as it tries to expand the range of its solar-powered vehicles.

In an interview Tuesday with The Globe and Mail, Mr. Lee said the company will use the solar-panel production to expand its existing portfolio of battery electric vehicles and to further develop the technology it’s developed for use in those vehicles.

The Exelions core products, he said, will be the Exelonics solar-cell battery and Exelos battery.

“We’re focused on building out the Exels core product portfolio and the Exellonics solar products,” he said.

The SolarEdge technology that Mr. Parkinsi describes is the kind of energy storage that was developed by Exelis, the company’s battery electric vehicle division.

Exel’s solar cells, Mr, Lee said, are capable of storing energy for months on end when compared with other technologies.

“It’s like being able to store a month’s worth of power for a week’s worth in a single solar cell,” he added.

“You can’t do that in any other battery technology.

Exel, like other battery electric companies, has been trying to move away from battery power systems and into more environmentally friendly battery-electric vehicles, which are the most environmentally-friendly way to get around. “

So we think the Excellons technology is really good, and we want to make sure we get it right.”

Exel, like other battery electric companies, has been trying to move away from battery power systems and into more environmentally friendly battery-electric vehicles, which are the most environmentally-friendly way to get around.

But the company has had difficulty meeting that target.

The company’s current electric vehicles, the Leaf, and the Tesla Roadster, which will be unveiled this month, are both powered by lithium-ion batteries.

The new Leaf, which is being built in partnership with Tesla, uses a battery that’s made of solar cells.

The solar cells are made of a type of glass called lithium-polymer, which the company said is one of the best materials to store energy for a long time.

But it’s not the only material that’s found to be effective for storing energy.

“The Exel system that we’re building, the technology is the best,” Mr. Lea said.

“There’s a lot of materials out there for energy storage and it doesn’t even come close to matching the Excells solar-cable.”

But it will take Exel longer than other battery companies to get there.

“I think what we’re really seeing is the emergence of new technologies that are going to be more powerful and more scalable in the future,” Mr Parkinsisaid.

“They’re not going to just be just for the car, they’re going to become a very significant part of a vehicle.”

The SolarCity SolarEdge solar-grid technology that will power the Tesla Model 3 car is being developed by SolarCity, a company that sells solar panels and other technology to utilities, such as utilities in New York City.

Exels solar cells have the ability to store up to 30 per cent of their energy in solar cells that are made from a glass material called lithium polymer, or lithium, according to the company.

“This is a very efficient solar-glass technology, but it is also very difficult to make,” Mr Lee said.

It’s not surprising that companies that are looking for energy-storage solutions are looking to materials that can store the energy they need.

Mr. Parker said Exel has worked with several suppliers in recent years to develop materials that have an energy density that makes them suitable for the storage of energy.

The materials are available at various stages of the solar industry, but they can also be found in solar-panels from companies such as SolarCity and the California Solar Energy Authority.

Mr ParkINSs company, SolarEdge, has worked closely with SolarCity to develop a process that allows it to manufacture a glass-like material that will store energy and be a good candidate for storage.

SolarEdge says its solar cells can store as much as 2,000 megawatts of energy and that the technology can also store up 2,600 megawatts when it’s combined with lithium, which can be used for the battery.

The process that makes the glass-based solar-cells is called lithography.

The technology is also available at a fraction of the cost of other glass-cell production.

Mr Lee’s comments Tuesday follow a conference call with investors, including Exel shares, last week.

Exell has also been working with a group of companies to develop the solar technology that can be built into future Exel vehicles.

“These two new technologies are really going to accelerate Exel and help us accelerate our mission to deliver clean and green energy to our customers,” Mr Lea wrote in an email.

“With the introduction of Exel SolarEdge and Exell SolarEdge Energy Storage, Exel is poised to create a new energy portfolio

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