Atlantic Power and Infrastructure (OTCMKTS:AWSL) Stock Gains Momentum: Jumps 15%

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Market Stats

On Wednesday, AWSL stock moved up 14.75% to $0.0700 with more than 71K shares, compared to its average volume of 30K shares. The stock moved within a range of $0.0600 – 0.0749 after opening trading at $0.0600.

Atlantic Power and Infrastructure’s KB Industries Flexi(R)-Pave provides a Welcome Solution for Pump Tracks

Company providing environmental technologies, Atlantic Power and Infrastructure (OTCMKTS:AWSL) on February 23, 2022 announced finishing installation of recently opened ‘PUMP TRACK’. The track is located at the popular Big Rock Quarry Bike Park in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Flexi-Pave was selected for replacement of existing turf as it is robust and the porous finish gives necessary drainage, ensuring increase in rideable surface areas within Pump Track. An ideal alternative for landscaping, Flexi®-Pave enables water drainage, providing low to almost no maintenance for city parks, removing the requirement for watering grass or weed eating. Sturdy enough for allowing bikes for riding without any damage, the usafe is possible in tandem with the actual Pump Track course.

Pump Tracks are harnessed for wheeled sports equipment, which do not need pedaling or pushing. Designed originally for mountain bike as well as BMX scene, they are being harnessed by skateboarders, and are accessible to wheelchairs.In 2018, Velosolutions together with Red Bull launched first global pump track race series,  Red Bull Pump Track World Championships.

2019 witnessed winning podium of UCI Gold Medal after joining forces with the Union Cycliste Internationale and also saw Red Bull UCI Pump Track World Championships. Future is looking at Olympic and the chances are bright.

Traders Corner

AWSL stock is trading above the 50-Day and 200-Day Moving averages of $0.0690 and $0.0673 respectively. The stock is trading in the neutral zone with RSI stands at 50.