EnerDynamic Hybrid Tech (TSXV: EHT) reported this morning it has completed a solar and wind initiative for Bell Canada, one of the largest telecoms within the country. The project saw the firm deploy renewable tech at a remote site to power the installation.
More specifically, the development saw EnerDynamic deploy what is referred to as a Sola Shelter, which is an enclosure that was designed specifically for such applications with Bell Canada and other telecom firms. The telecom shelter features solar power and Enertec fabrication, enabling the shelters to have reduced power needs and a smaller carbon footprint.
Designed to be scalable and easily deployed, the first installation is said to be the first of several as the company looks to deploy additional such installments with both Bell Canada and Telenor Group. The latter will see deployments across Scandinavia and Asia, in conjunction with the firms Windular technology to further assist in powering such installations.
“With the worldwide emphasis on ESG and carbon reduction mandates, the SOLA SHELTER has massive appeal to an industry sector who are embracing any and all methods to reduce their carbon footprint in a sustainable way. EHT’s technology and analytical approach, including full BTS monitoring systems, provides the client a complete turnkey solution that is measurable for their carbon reduction mandates,” commented Jerry Foster, President of EHT.
EnerDynamic Hybrid Tech last traded at $0.175 on the TSX Venture.
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