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TAMPA, FL / ACCESSWIRE / July 31, 2018 / CEOCFO Magazine, an independent investment publication that highlights important technologies and companies, today focuses on the strong patent portfolio held by Cool Technologies, Inc. Cool Technologies has developed a mobile generation system that is already beginning to revolutionize the multi-billion market for providing electricity to areas without power, such as war zones, communities devastated by hurricanes, construction sites, or farmers' fields. The company's basic approach is to build an efficient generator right into a standard pickup truck, using the truck's own engine and fuel tank to power the generator.
CEOLIVE.TV, which provides exclusive interviews and coverage of select U.S. publicly traded companies, published a special report on Cool Technologies, Inc. (WARM) today. According to this special report, Tim Hassett and his company, Cool Technologies, Inc (WARM), are transforming mobile generation. In many of these situations, mobile generation is literally lifesaving. Hassett and his company have solved all these problems with an innovative new approach.
"We're enormously grateful for this invitation, which will give us the opportunity to reach new customers for our groundbreaking generator-equipped trucks," said Timothy Hassett, Chairman and CEO of Cool Technologies. The invitation is from Rosario Salas Beal, Mexico's delegate to the Foro Euro-Latinoamericano de la Mujeres, which is organizing the meetings. Ms. Beal and eight other representatives from Mexico's farming, banking, and government sectors recently flew to Colorado for a successful live demonstration of CoolTech's generator-equipped truck and came away enormously impressed with its capabilities.
In an Interview with CEOCFO, CEO Tim Hassett Describes how his Patented Technology Replaces Tow-behind Generators with Specially Equipped Standard Pickup Trucks; "Wherever You Can Drive a Truck, You ...