RHEMA Motors Launches First African-American Cleantech Development Company

RHEMA Motors electric vehicle design/build business takes pole position

Our core methodologies have been integrated into all our products and services with the aim of stimulating job creation, STEM learning and local economic development. »

—Raymond Cooper, CEO of RHEMA Motors

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, March 25, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Rhema Tech Holdings, Inc™., an African-American-owned “clean technology” development company based in Prince George’s County, Maryland, has officially launched a design and build company for electric vehicles as well as a distributor of fast electric vehicle charging stations. Rhema Tech Holdings™ has amassed multiple IP design concepts, brands and services over years of development.

Company CEO Raymond Cooper said, “Our core methodologies have been integrated into all of our products and services with the goal of driving job creation, STEM learning and local economic development.” He also added “we want to grow our local community instead of just being the next big business in our community. We will work with Prince George’s County as a home base with HBCUs and other Maryland-based institutions to make Maryland the next East Coast cleantech hub.

Rhema Tech Holdings, Inc™ is currently securing seed funding to begin building a functional electric vehicle prototype through its brand Rhema Motors™, the first African-American manufacturer of electric vehicles in United States history. Additionally, Rhema Motors™ has hired two DC-based lobbying firms to help submit grant applications through the US Federal Government and to obtain credits through the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act-(2021). The US Congress has authorized EV technology projects as eligible for US$30.7 billion for R&D and implementation.

Rhema Tech Holdings, Inc™ has also secured key partnerships to include– A partnership with a leading European electric transmission design group, making Rhema Motors™ their first U.S. distributor of a proven electric transmission conversion kit for commuter and school buses. In Q4 2022, Rhema Tech Holdings will launch a collaborative effort with the EV Charging Infrastructure brand “KiloWatts”, a next-generation 10-15 minute fast-charging station, to become the first Afro-owned charging station company -Americans.

Rhema Tech Holdings, Inc™ is also currently in talks to collaborate with MultiPolar Development Corp™, an Alabama technology company that has developed an algorithm to increase the torque and efficiency of electric vehicles, in conjunction with a new partnership underway. of establishment with the engineering school of the famous HBCU, Tuskegee University.
Additional details related to Rhema Motors™ electric vehicle production and placement launch for Maryland-based fast-charging stations are expected in Q2. FY2022.

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