ALYI – Alternet Systems Announces CEO Interview Discussing African EV Project And Overall Industrialization Of Africa Scheduled For Publication Tomorrow

DALLAS, TX – September 9, 2019  — — Alternet Systems, Inc. (USOTC: ALYI) (“ALYI”) today announced an interview to be published tomorrow, September 10, 2019, discussing the industrialization of Africa and including Randell Torno, the CEO of ALYI where Mr. Torno uses ALYI’s electric vehicle (EV) project in Africa as an example.  Mr. Torno holds a PhD in Public Policy and Political Economics from the University of Texas.  ALYI is advancing a project in Africa to assemble and sell electric motorcycles in Africa.  The project includes an initial $20 million order and the potential to sign a related electric vehicle project that could generate $30 million per year for a duration of six to ten years for a potential total of $300 million over 10 years.  ALYI recently published a management update with more details on the company’s electric vehicle initiative in Africa.  Learn more about ALYI’s African electric vehicle initiative in the interview scheduled for release tomorrow.

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