Wednesday, August 29, 2007 A New England-based utility company is outfitting its fleet vehicles with mobile pure sine wave power inverters from Carmanah to power office and test equipment on the road. The technology, provided by Carmanah’s Solar Power Systems Group through one of its Eastern US-based channel partners — a mobile AC power specialist — includes

Carmanah Provides Pure Sine Inverters to Mobile Solutions Integrator Monday, July 16, 2007 Carmanah’s Mobile Division has received an order from a US-owned mobile solutions integrator for 75 units of its Go Power!™ 1000-watt sine wave power inverters. These inverters will be used to power laptops and printers in mobile tool trucks across North America.

Let the Sunshine In! Friday, May 11, 2007 RV Lifestyle Norm Rosen The latest developments in solar power technology have brought this concept into the 21st century, but where can you find the advice you need to select the solar panels appropriate for your needs? How much solar is enough? RV Lifestyle Magazine checked out

Carmanah Provides British Columbia’s Ambulance Service with Pure Sine Wave Power Inverters Wednesday, February 28, 2007 Carmanah’s Power Systems Group recently supplied a number of its Go Power!™ 600W pure sine wave power inverters to the British Columbia Ambulance Service (BCAS). These inverters will be used to operate sensitive medical and other electronic equipment in

EARLYBIRD SHOW OPENS TODAY AT TRADEX IN ABBOTSFORD Thursday, February 1, 2007 Peter Wilson As February dawns and British Columbians begin to think about hitting the highway, they can take a gander at more than 200 RVs today in Abbotsford at the opening of the four-day 2007 Earlybird RV Show & Sale. Organizers estimate that

Carmanah Provides Pure Sine Wave Power Inverters for Fleet Truck Upfitting in British Columbia Monday, January 15, 2007 Carmanah’s Power Systems Group has received an order from a provincial government workplace health and safety educator in British Columbia for a number of its Go Power!™ 600-watt sine wave power inverters. These units will be installed

Monday, January 8, 2007 Electronic Engineering Times NEC Display Solutions of America Inc. claims to be the ‘first’ company to offer a solar-powered system for use in all its monitors. The company partnered with renewable-energy technology manufacturer Carmanah Technologies Corp. for the energy solution. The solar-powered system produces about 293kWh of electricity per year, or 800W

Sunday, January 7, 2007 by Lloyd Alter, Toronto Coming soon to every Treehugger’s desk: the solar powered monitor. NEC has teamed up with Canada’s Carmanah Technologies to offer a solar powered system for its entire line of monitors. “Using solar power not only significantly reduces electricity costs, but it also reduces environmentally harmful emissions.

NEW, LONG-LASTING SOLAR-POWERED SYSTEM REDUCES HARMFUL POLLUTANTS, USE OF NON-RENEWABLE ENERGY; NEC FIRST DISPLAY COMPANY TO OFFER SUCH SYSTEM FOR ALL   Thursday, January 4, 2007 NEC Display Solutions Tim Dreyer CHICAGO — (BUSINESS WIRE) — Continuing its recognized environmental leadership in the electronics industry, NEC Display Solutions of America, the leading stand-alone provider of

Carmanah Supplies 2000 watt Power Inverters to Truck Outfitting Company Sunday, October 29, 2006 Carmanah’s Solar Power Systems Group has recently supplied a number of its Go Power!™ GP-SW2000 – 2000 watt power inverters (pure sine wave) to a Canadian-based, truck outfitting company. These power inverters will be installed in the fleet vehicles of a