Carmanah’s Insulated Battery Boxes Support 2010 Olympic Sustainability Initiatives

August 14, 2007
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insulated battery boxes, designed to protect batteries in harsh climates and temperature extremes, are helping to ensure a reliable source of power for remote solar-powered automatic weather stations throughout the Whistler Blackcomb ski area. These systems, designed and installed in preparation for the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, will provide live weather data to the general public via web access at this link.

With no access to electrical infrastructure, these versatile stand-alone systems are perched among the hills and ski slopes on the rugged, mountainous terrain. Most of the stations are permanently fixed, while others can be moved to other locations. Carmanah’s insulated battery enclosures will provide safe and secure battery storage in these remote and often sub-zero climates.

The XXI Olympic Games, scheduled to commence in mid February 2010, is committed to inspiring the world with an extraordinary Olympic experience, and a legacy of social, economic and environmental sustainabilty.

For more information on Carmanah’s enclosed battery boxes and solar power systems, visit or contact:

Industrial Sales

Power Systems Group

Carmanah Technologies Corporation|

Rich Wayte

Worldwide: +1 (778) 371-8880

Fax: +1 (604)431-7331

About Carmanah Technologies Corporation
Carmanah is an award-winning manufacturer specializing in energy-efficient technologies. The Company is currently focused on three technology groups: solar power systems & equipment, solar-powered LED lighting and LED-illuminated signage.

Carmanah is headquartered in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and has branch offices and/or sales representation in 11 cities across Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. With more than 250,000 installations worldwide, Carmanah is one of the world’s premier suppliers of energy-efficient products.

The shares of Carmanah Technologies Corporation are publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol “CMH” and on the Berlin and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges under the symbol “QCX”. For more information, please visit