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World News – USA – DPW Holdings’ Coolisys® Power Electronics business is testing ACECool ™ EV chargers for national fast food franchise networks

DPW Holdings' Coolisys® Power Electronics business is testing ACECool ™ EV chargers for national fast food franchise networks as part of the Rev Share program

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DPW Holdings, Inc. . (NYSE American: DPW), a diversified holding company (« DPW » or « Company »), announced that its power electronics business, Coolisys Technologies Corp.. . ® (« Coolisys® ») has established a program for national and regional fast food franchisees to install the ACECool ™ (« EV ») electric vehicle chargers as part of a revenue sharing program. The program will initially be funded from the company’s recent fundraising activities. The program is expected to start in California, Nevada and Canada. While the company is excited about Coolisys’ new franchise program, there can be no guarantee that the program will be successful.

The company expects the program to allow franchisees and operators to install the ACECool ™ EV chargers and share in net sales from advertising and network usage. The same program is expected to be a model for other strategic industry and geo-focused networks. Coolisys expects to launch its program with a national fast food network franchisee who is part of a network of over 1. 000 locations. Coolisys expects to announce additional network partners in the first quarter of 2021.

Worldwide EV sales grew a dramatic 65% from 2017 to 2018, 2 total. 1 million vehicles with constant sales by 2019. However, the subsequent coronavirus pandemic outbreak resulted in a 25% decrease in EV purchases in the first quarter of 2020. Despite these setbacks, demand for electric vehicles is likely to rise again, according to a study by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, which saw improved batteries, more readily available charging infrastructure, new markets and price parity with internal combustion engines as the main drivers of growth. The study estimates that electric vehicles will account for 10% of global car sales by 2025, 28% by 2030 and 58% by 2040. With a view to expanding the current EV infrastructure support infrastructure, McKinsey reported that it will spend more than $ 30 billion in EV charging adoption by 2030 and in the US market for EV fleet charging support services by 2030 Need to spend could be worth $ 15 billion.

Amos Kohn, President and CEO of Coolisys, said, « The opportunities for Coolisys in the emerging electric vehicle market are expected to drive our revenue growth over the next 60 months and beyond. We look forward to the possible changes arising from the increased demand for electric vehicles and recent trends related to government support for the electrification of transport. I believe we are well positioned to take advantage of these opportunities as a 50 year old company that has experience and is able to develop innovative and highly efficient power systems and solutions. « 

For more information about DPW Holdings and its subsidiaries, the company encourages shareholders, investors and other interested parties to read the company’s public filings and press releases, which are available in the Investor Relations section at www. DPW Holdings. com or available at www. sec. government.

Coolisys and its portfolio companies and departments are primarily engaged in the design and manufacture of innovative, feature-rich, high-quality power products for mission-critical applications in the harshest environments and life-saving, life-sustaining applications in various markets including defense / aerospace, medical / Healthcare, Industry, Telecommunications and Automotive. Coolisys’ headquarters are located at 1635 South Main Street, Milpitas, CA 95035; www. Coolisys. com.

DPW Holdings, Inc. . is a diversified holding company pursuing growth through the acquisition of undervalued businesses and disruptive technologies with global impact. Through its wholly owned and majority owned subsidiaries and strategic investments, the company provides mission-critical products that support a wide variety of industries including defense / aerospace, industrial, telecommunications, medical and textiles. The company also provides loans to selected entrepreneurial companies through a licensed credit company. DPW’s headquarters are located at 201 Shipyard Way, Suite E, Newport Beach, CA 92663; www. DPW Holdings. com.

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Of escalating tensions between the U. . S.. . and China, the highly infectious coronavirus pandemic outbreak, and this year’s 2020 presidential election have turned into a roller coaster ride for investors. Forced lockdowns weighed on industries such as the oil & gas sector, retailers, theater and entertainment companies, but drove technology stocks up. With Pfizer Inc. . (NYSE: PFE) and Moderna Inc. . (NASDAQ: MRNA) report high effectiveness of their COVID-19 vaccines, but the number of newly reported virus cases remains high. Analysts expect a change in market behavior as the world evolves into what they call the post-COVID-19 world. CNBC has compiled a list of five stocks with upside potential based on the opinions of leading Wall Steet analysts. Here’s a look at these stocks and the key factors that are influencing analyst forecasts. Amazon: The pandemic may have contracted the global economy, but Jeff Bezos’ Amazon Inc (NASDAQ: AMZN) surged to top $ 1. 5 trillion market capitalization. The e-commerce company’s stock peaked at a 52-week high of 3. 552 USD. 25 in early September. The Amazon share has grown by approx. 63% and almost 91% since March when the signs of a pandemic became apparent. Last week, Needham analyst Laura Martin rated Amazon as a buy – and, according to TipRanks, set a price target of 3. $ 700 fixed. Based on Martin’s survey results of a select number of Amazon customers, CNBC reported that 80% of respondents would stick to their online shopping trends in the post-pandemic period. In its October third quarter earnings release, Amazon reported $ 96. 1 billion sales with a growth rate of 37% over the previous year. Amazon last listed 3. $ 099. 40, 0. 57% lower on Friday. Bentley Systems: RBC Capital analyst Matthew Hedberg revised software company Bentley Systems Inc (NASDAQ: BSY) last week as a « buy » stock with a target price of $ 43, reports CNBC. « Overall, we believe a vaccine could benefit Bentley and a Biden presidency could strengthen U.. S.. . Infrastructure spending, « commented Hedberg. Forecasts were based on the company’s bottom line in its first release since its trading debut in September. For the third quarter, Bentley posted a growth rate of 8 with quarterly revenue of $ 203 million. 8% YoY with recurring revenue growth of 11% YoY for the past 12 month period. The company, on Nov.. . 12 announced plans to issue 10 million shares at a price of $ 32 per share and use the proceeds to pay off outstanding balances on credit facilities. From $ 25. 18 on Sept. . 22, the stock is up 41% and was last trading at $ 35. 55, 1. 22% higher. 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