EnerDynamic Hybrid Technologies (TSXV: EHT) has completed its first solar mobile system under its previously announced joint venture with Cinergex Solutions. The system, which is to be sold under the Solastream label, is an “air to water” solar mobile system.
The machine itself uses patented technology that uses humidity to draw water from the air as a sustainable water solution. The tech when deployed effectively allows for fresh drinking water to be extracted from the air, enabling water security for its users.
The Solastream product is capable of producing up to 800 litres of water per day, while being equipped with 16 kilowatts of solar power capacity, enabling the system to be used 24 hours a day. The venture itself offers variants of what is referred to as atmospheric water generators capable of producing between 300 and 800 litres of water per day.
In terms of demand for the product, the first unit has been sold to a client in Jamaica, with orders for over 50 units currently in the queue. With the finalization of the units, these sales can now begin following manufacturing, with each unit having a retail price tag of US$150,000.
“At a time when consumers are increasingly sensitive to carbon emissions from generator or grid-tied electricity, having an autonomous source of renewable power means the SOLASTREAM offers the most environmentally progressive mobile water and power delivery system in the world today,” commented Jerry Foster, President of EHT.
The announcement follows the news that EnerDynamic in recent weeks has sold solar packages to Canadian telecom provider Bell Canada, after having secured an additional $21.0 million purchase order for goods in Peurto Rico.
EnerDynamic Hybrid Technologies last traded at $0.28 on the TSX Venture.
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