Social Detention Inc. (SODE) subsidiary, Danliv Inc., Passes Final Permit Inspection for the Autumn Springs Electrical Vehicle Charging Equipment Project
ALAMO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 8, 2022 / Social Detention Inc. (OTC PINK:SODE) is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, Danliv Inc., has passed final permit inspection for the Autumn Springs Electrical Vehicle Charging Equipment Project. Autumn Springs is an apartment complex located in Livermore, CA. In addition, Danliv Inc. will now begin the operation of the property per the terms of our agreement. The agreement calls for the licensing of the premises for the installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment. It consists of (10) chargers with related equipment and the operating, maintaining and managing the Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment to permit residents of the property and invitees at the property to charge Electric Vehicles onsite. We anticipate generating revenue in Q4 of this year from this property.
Robert P. Legg II, President/CEO of Social Detention Inc, recently stated, "With final permit inspection behind us at Autumn Springs, we now have (20) Level chargers under our operation in Northern California. The project was completed on time and within budget. With the construction costs being offset by rebates, we will have recurring revenue from each charger installed without any long term debt being created by the project. With the tremendous government push for adoption of electric vehicles continues we feel we are well positioned to sieze those opportunities."
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Robert P. Legg II
SOURCE: Social Detention, Inc.
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