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Windtech International May June 2024 issue






RPU in Grenada 2Irish company airsynergy’s wind and solar powered off-grid Remote Power Unit (RPU) has become the very first renewable hybrid streetlight to be installed in the Caribbean island country of Grenada. The installation of the hybrid streetlight follows a collaborative pilot project between New York-based Aris Wind, the company licensed to sell airsynergy products in the US and the Caribbean, and local Caribbean operator Grenlec Utilities.

The streetlight is positioned at the highest traffic area on the island at an area known as the Sugar Mill Roundabout. The off grid RPU powers an 80-watt LED bulb with inbuilt battery storage lasting up to five days. In recent month’s airsynergy’s RPUs have been installed in a number of operating locations in New York and an additional 20 prominent sites have been confirmed for the RPU in New York, Chicago, California, Florida and New England.  Further installations in the Caribbean and South America have also been confirmed for 2016.

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