Dynamic Systems Holdings Inc. today announced they have formed a Joint Venture partnership with a U.K. company, as a component supply contractor to support their Plugged-In Places (PIP) bid with The Greater Manchester Authorities. “We are extremely pleased and excited to be able to align ourselves with one of the largest manufacturers and distributors of electrical parts in the world”, commented Al Scott, President of DSHI. In December, 2010, the UK Department of Transport committed funding through 2013 for the installation of electric car recharging points in eight distinct regions including Manchester. The total value of this infrastructure contract is £400 million.
DSHI is a clean technology company focused on alternative energy products for the global market. DSHI develops, commercializes, and licenses a range of viable and innovative solutions for the global energy, transportation, telecommunications and water purification industries.
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