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Carmanah Awarded $1.8 Million (CAD) Contract to Outfit Ontario Elementary Schools with Solar PV Systems
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (May 10, 2011) Carmanah Technologies Corporation (TSX: CMH) has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $1.8 Million (CAD) to provide solar grid-tied PV systems for two elementary schools in Southern Ontario. Architects and planners for both schools considered the integration of a solar PV system early in the building’s design process.
Ontario School Board Powers Up with Carmanah for an Additional Solar Grid-Tie System
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (April 26, 2011) Carmanah Technologies has been awarded a second contract by the Greater Essex County District School Board (GECDSB) of Windsor, Ontario, Canada to provide a solar photovoltaic (PV) system on the new Tecumseh School. The Carmanah solar rooftop ballasted PV system, valued at approximately $580,000 (CDN), will install on the Tecumseh Vista Academy, the School Board’s first K-12 School.
Carmanah CEO Selected for CanSIA 2010 Panel
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (December 6, 2010) - The Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) has selected Ted Lattimore, CEO of Carmanah Technologies Corp. (TSX: CMH), as one of seven industry representatives to speak on the CEO Panel at the Solar Canada 2010 Conference and Exhibition, Toronto, Ontario.
Carmanah Awarded $5 Million Solar PV Contract by Northland Power for National Retailer and Distributor
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (December 6, 2010) - Carmanah Technologies Corp. (TSX: CMH) has been awarded four contracts with a combined value in excess of $5 million (CAD) by Northland Power Inc. to design, supply and install two 500 kW, a 250 kW and a 10 kW solar photovoltaic (PV) rooftop system for a national retailer and distributor.
Carmanah Solar Rooftop PV Grid-Tied System Ready for 500 Dr. David Suzuki Public School Students this Fall
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (August 24, 2010) -- Installation is complete for the 38 kW solar grid-tied photovoltaic system designed for the newly constructed Dr. David Suzuki Public School. The new solar system was engineered and installed by Canadian-based solar integrator, Carmanah Technologies (TSX: CMH) for the Greater Essex County District School Board of Windsor, Ontario, who received funding for the solar project through the Government of Ontario.
Carmanah Awarded $1.5 Million Solar PV Contract by Town of Markham
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (July 7, 2010) - Carmanah Technologies Corp. has been awarded a $1.5 million (CAD) contract by the Town of Markham, Ontario to supply, install, and commission a 250 kW solar photovoltaic grid-tie system. The system will be installed on the Town's newly re-located Emergency Operation Centre.
The project is being funded by a combination of Markham's own capital budget money and infrastructure stimulus funds provided through a funding partnership with the governments of Canada and Ontario.
Dr. David Suzuki Public School Powers Up with Carmanah Solar Technology
VICTORIA, BC, CANADA (January 20, 2010) - Five hundred Dr. David Suzuki Public School students are going back to school this fall in a facility powered in part by solar photovoltaic technology developed by Canadian-based solar integrator, Carmanah Technologies (TSX: CMH). The Greater Essex County District School Board of Windsor, Ontario, is receiving a 32 kW grid-tied Photovoltaic system with funding provided by the Government of Ontario Green Schools Initiative.
Burnaby School District Installs Local Carmanah Solar Technology
VICTORIA, BC, CANADA (December 10, 2009) - Burnaby School District (no. 41) is outfitting two newly-constructed school buildings with rooftop solar power systems from Victoria-based Carmanah Technologies Corporation in an effort to meet sustainability objectives. The decision to install the photovoltaic array will bring the school district closer to realizing LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification for both buildings.
Durham College Powers Up with Carmanah Solar Technology
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (July 21, 2009) Durham College is using solar technology to help conserve energy and reduce electricity costs at its Whitby, Ontario campus. Designed to supplement the campus's primary utility feed, the grid-tie photovoltaic system will help keep demand and electricity bills under control, while providing students with a real-world example of renewable energy technology in action.