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Solar LED Runway Light Wins Future Airport Award

Solar LED Airport Runway Light

QUICK NEWS: The Solar LED Runway Guard Light, the result of a joint development project between Caramanah Technologies Corp and ADB Airfield Solutions, has been named Airport Technology of the Year by the Future Airport, a publication from Global Trade Media International.

The combination of cost efficiency and significant carbon emission reductions earned the product the award. The panel of judges went on to say the “runway light is an excellent choice for airfields in remote locations or where access to grid power could be difficult or expensive.”

Carmanah Technologies CEO, Bruce Cousins stated the recognition “reaffirms the capabilities and applicability of solar powered aviation lights for modern airfields everywhere.”

Picture: Caramanah Technologies

 
 
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