EnerDynamic Hybrid Tech (TSXV: EHT) this morning announced the deployment of its wind technologies at a remote location in Pakistan. The firm has reportedly seen its Windular division install its proprietary tech on a Telenor tower in the region.
The install is notable, given that it occurred 10,000 feet above sea level. The install is able to provide the tower with a renewable source of primary power, thereby reducing the environmental impact of the remote telecom tower.
“The 10 KW Smart Tracking Wind System has been designed to increase the power output of the renewable power solution to ensure the diesel generator becomes a backup power source only. Telenor Group is a leader in the mandate towards Net Zero Sustainability and have engaged Windular to not only provide our wind system but also implement further technologies including proprietary solar systems and enhanced R-thermal solar shelters,” commented Jerry Foster, President of EHT.
One of the largest mobile operators in Asia, Telenor currently operates across nine business units in the middle east and Scandinavia. The firm has repeatedly implemented Windular’s tech as a primary source of power for its remote telecom towers, with installations believed to be ongoing.
EnerDynamic Hybrid Tech last traded at $0.235 on the TSX Venture.
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