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[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] British Columbia, Canada-based Carmanah Technologies secured another large order for their solar-powered LED airfield lights. This time, the U.S. Marine Corps. contracted the company to provide 1,500 lights in a contract worth approximately $765,000. This new order is for the Company’s Model A601 and A702 airfield lights. These units will be used for runway edge, threshold, taxiway edge, helipad […]
May 6, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Warner Robins Air Force Base of the United States of America recently paid a visit to Carmanah’s headquarters in Victoria, British Columbia. Meetings with Carmanah’s Executive Management, Engineering and the Aviation Lighting Division focused on the opportunities and needs of the Air Force’s emergency airfield lighting systems. Over the next three years, the US Air Force […]
May 5, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Carmanah’s Aviation Department had the backing of the US Air Force and US Army to present its solar LED lighting solutions at NATO’s Annual Airfield Marking and Lighting Infrastructure Panel meeting in Fredrikstad, Norway in April. 27 NATO nation delegates from their respective countries were introduced to Carmanah’s new technology for expedited airfield use, with a […]
Carmanah Technologies Corporation's Solar LED Lighting Group has received an order from the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) for 60 of its GI-10W dual solar-powered lighting units, portable airfield lights that will illuminate distance-to-go markers placed on each side of the runway to aid pilots during takeoff and landing at a U.S. Marine Corps base in the Middle East.
Carmanah's Solar LED Lighting Group has been contracted by the Piarco International Airport, Trinidad & Tobago, to supply wirelessly controlled, portable airfield lights, which will illuminate a threshold and runway edge during construction on the airport's main runway.
While oil interests are still an undeniable motive to U.S. operations in the Middle East, the benefits of renewable energy are making some small inroads with the U.S. military. Solar-powered lights are now marking runways at the U.S. Air Force base in Kirkuk, Iraq, and will soon be used to mark obstructions and a helipad perimeter at the base.
British Columbia, Canada [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Carmanah Technologies Corporation announced the company has received an additional order from the United States Department of Defense for solar powered LED airfield lighting. This order is valued at approximately $600,000 and consists of taxiway, runway, approach, apron edge and obstruction lights. The lights are destined for multiple forward operating bases at undisclosed locations. Carmanah’s next […]
[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] The U.S. military has proven to be a surprisingly strong supporter of renewable energy technologies, largely because solar and other renewable energy technologies can offer speed and mobility to operations and projects that were previously unthinkable. The Canada-based Carmanah company has tapped into some of the U.S. Military’s niche needs through their solar-powered lighting systems. The U.S. Marine Corps […]
[BBC Radio 4] On a bleak airfield 30km (19 miles) outside Leipzig in former East Germany, a quiet but sunny revolution is taking place. Derelict, communist-era barracks give way to hectares of solar arrays, lined up, row upon row, like a sea of gleaming plasma TV screens.
Carmanah Technologies Corporation will officially launch into the worldwide aviation lighting market at the upcoming 75th Annual American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Conference and Exposition in Los Angeles, California, April 27-30, 2003.