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Carmanah Technologies to outfit remote community runway's solar-powered airfield lights.

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Carmanah Technologies (TSX:CMH), a solar technology company, on Tuesday announced that it is providing solar LED lighting systems to the Northern Canadian Tsay Keh Dene First Nation for outfitting a remote airfield.

The new airfield lights have been designed to will help supply and medevac aircraft navigate their way to and from the remote village located on the northern end of the Williston Reservoir, British Columbia.

The solar-powered airfield project is one of two projects which have been funded by the Canadian Government's Innovative Clean Energy Fund. The completely solar-powered airfield is said to be the first of its kind in British Columbia.

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