Carmanah’s Solar Power Systems Head to U.S. Base in Kuwait
A U.S. army base in Kuwait has ordered 39 of Carmanah’s stand-alone MAPPS solar power systems.
They will be used by a defense contractor to power radio-frequency identification readers to track inventory at the base. In addition to this order, Carmanah has negotiated an ongoing supply contract for future MAPPS solar power systems, as required.
Carmanah says its MAPPS solar power systems are the only integrated, turnkey solar power systems currently available that have been specifically designed for remote industrial applications.
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