EnerDynamic targets remote sites with solar units

Canadian energy solutions company EnerDynamic Hybrid Technologies plans to target the mining exploration camps with its modular solar housing products through a new partnership with services company Matrix Inc.
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The company sees exploration as a profitable vertical for its products

The distribution partnership gives Matrix access to EnerDynamic's 9' x 12' "Heli-Units", which are off-grid, solar-powered housing units. 

Matrix has already placed an order for ten units, with an open order for an additional 100 units to be drawn down over the next five months.

Each EnerRoom unit comes equipped with managed solar power, a battery system, and all necessary electrical connections. Each of the units retails for US$25,000 dollars and includes six of EHT's new back-contact solar panels, Alpha Outback inverter and four Green PLC Batteries.

"Working with EnerDynamic is our next step in delivering a green incentive to remote operations across Canada. The mining, oil and gas and indigenous communities will benefit greatly from this technology," said Martin Knutson, chief executive of Matrix. "We are excited about bringing solar to our existing clients and to developing new opportunities with this outstanding solar product."

John Gamble, CEO of EnerDynamic Hybrid Technologies, commented: "We are very excited about this opportunity; Matrix is a leader in the fly-in exploration market and we know our speciality Heli-Units are what the mining and oil sectors have needed for a while: a green solution. This is another exciting, profitable vertical for our products."