Long considered one of the crown-jewel sporting venues in the United States, Charlotte Motor Speedway can also lay claim to being one of the most energy-efficient in its efforts to promote a green environment. By partnering with DC Solar, the industry leader in mobile solar innovation, Charlotte Motor Speedway will save more than 3,000 gallons of diesel fuel throughout the 10 Days of NASCAR Thunder.

In total, a record 79 mobile solar products will be deployed throughout the speedway including 60 solar light towers, 10 solar generators, four solar personal device charging stations in Fan Zone areas, and five solar electric vehicle charging stations. The units will offer everything from free phone and EV charging to safety lighting in the parking lots. An entirely new offering in the green space, DC Solar products require no fuel and operation is completely silent making the environmental impact virtually non-existent.

"As both the CEO of a green energy company and a lifetime NASCAR fan, I am proud to support the efforts being undertaken at Charlotte Motor Speedway to incorporate clean and sustainable energy into their operations," said DC Solar CEO Jeff Carpoff.

"Our mobile solar products are a perfect fit for this environment, and watching the sport embrace green energy will help insure it remains a strong and vital institution for years to come."

"Given the 2,000 acres that encompass Charlotte Motor Speedway, it is a must that we promote environmentally sound forms of energy storage," Charlotte Motor Speedway Director of Operations Shaun Johnson said. "This partnership with DC Solar allows us to satisfy our fans' needs, and it helps us benefit the environment as well."

DC Solar is a clean energy company that specializes in mobile energy products designed for off-grid applications. DC Solar serves a variety of industries, including emergency preparedness, disaster relief, construction, entertainment, sports and agriculture, to name just a few. DC Solar's mission is to promote a healthier planet by offering unique portable solar products that make a difference in how people use and think about power. To learn more information about DC Solar, please visit www.dcsolardistribution.com and follow DC Solar at www.facebook.com/dcsolarsolutions, on Twitter at @DCSolar and on Instagram @dcsolardistribution using #ThinkMobileSolar.

Weekend passes for the 32nd running of the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway start at just $99 and include admission to the May 20 Sprint Showdown and North Carolina Education Lottery 200, a pre-race concert featuring triple-platinum recording artist Andy Grammer and a great view of no-speed-limit qualifying. To purchase single-day tickets to the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race and Mega Passes, camping and race-day upgrades to any 10 Days of NASCAR Thunder event, call the speedway ticket office at 1-800-455-FANS (3267) or shop online at www.charlottemotorspeedway.com.

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