Solar systems developer sweeps U.S. contract
Keystone Automotive to use Carmanah’s mobile power
VANCOUVER—A developer of solar power systems in British Columbia has landed a supplier deal with U.S. auto equipment distributor, Keystone Automotive Operations.
Carmanah Technologies Corporation develops solar LED lights and power systems.
Under a new agreement, Carmanah will provide Keystone with its Go Power! Mobile power product line.
The company’s mobile power line ranges from solar charging kits to pure sine wave inverters for RVs, trailers and fleet utility vehicles.
Keystone will use the solutions for its RV, towing and lifestyle products.
Financial terms of the deal are not being disclosed.
Ted Lattimore, Carmanah CEO, said the agreement will help strengthen the company’s position in U.S. and Canadian mobile solar power markets.
It’s the most recent in a series of international contracts for the company.
Carmanah also recently announced it will be providing solar helipad kits to a South American oil and gas producer in South America in a deal worth approximately $150,000.