EnerDynamic Hybrid Technologies (TSXV: EHT) this morning announced another purchase order for its new subsidiary, Windular Research and Technologies. The order comes from that of Bell Canada, one of the largest telecommunication firms in Canada, and a returning customer of the company.
The purchase order will see the installation of Windular’s renewable energy technologies in Northern Ontario later this year, on one of Bell’s telecommunication towers. The latest installation marks the seventh such install conducted for Bell in Northern Ontario.
Windular’s proprietary technology effectively enables its clients to lower their operating costs while reducing their carbon footprint. The tech effectively adds wind generation to telecommunications towers, enabling such towers to be powered off the grid while reducing the carbon footprint of such installations, with such towers traditionally powered via diesel generators.
“We have been working closely with Bell Canada for the past few years where the addition of more renewable power as well as better power management further contributes to the reduced operation of diesel power and a further reduction in carbon emissions,” said Jerry Foster, President of Enerdynamic.
The company also highlighted this morning that it has engaged a new telecommunications client based in the Caribbean, with further details of the arrangement not released.
The latest announcements are a function of the recent acquisition by Enerdynamic of Windular, turning the firm into a diversified solar and wind renewable power leader, with several major global clients.
Enerdynamic Hybrid Tech last traded at $0.43 on the TSX Venture Exchange.
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