Renewable energy news: Renewable energy-powered pole lights up remote regions

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Green Wave Energy Corporation introduces a renewable
energy-powered light pole which can supply electricity to off-grid and remote

Green Wave Energy’s World Light Pole makes the renewable
energy news headlines because of its proprietary technology aspects which
include wind and solar power accessibility. 
The accessibility to the two types of renewable energy enables the delivery
of steady light and power to remote regions including deserts, rocky
coastlines, mountains, disaster-stricken areas where grids have been depleted,
and even jungles.

The pole also has the benefit of having an energy storage
system which may be built and function in almost any place.

Green Wave chief executive Mark Holmes announces he is proud
of the renewable-energy powered light pole’s distinct attribute of being the
only one that can give light and power in a place where no electricity has been
installed yet.

Other benefits of the pole include its capacity to endure
hurricane winds and heavy floods, as well as its ability to generate additional
power that may be used for fuelling household appliances like water purifiers
and stoves.

World Light Pole is built using tamper-resistant bolts that
secures the pole so that it becomes resistant to various kinds of weather

The product may be installed in 1 to 2 hours and may be taken
down and re-installed in a new location. 
Its capability to be used for temporary installation allows instant
security for disaster relief operations.

Green Wave has partnered with New York-based Londex for a
three-year exclusive distributor agreement in the African market that amounts
to multi-million dollars.  Specifically,
the two companies will target Nigeria, and other regions of West Africa which
need grid infrastructure.

Holmes says they hope to power the underdeveloped world with
clean and reasonably priced renewable energy from the sun and the wind through
their company’s agreement with Londex.

Londex represents S.A. Resources
Support Services, a non-governmental entity dedicated to improving the energy
and electrical infrastructure of West African countries.   Londex representative Endy Eke says their
team-up with Green Wave is important for the greater good of West Africa.

In other renewable energy news from Green Wave Energy, the
company had developed an ocean wave generator that will be tested with the
Catalina Conservancy and the USC Marine Institute on Catalina Island in
California.  The generators are reported
to be “clean, green and mostly unseen”. 
Holmes adds the generator is ideal for powering power plants for
countries and individual locales that do not have easy access to fossil fuels
or those who just want to free themselves from fossil fuels.

Green Wave Energy is based in Newport Beach and manufactures
renewable energy projects that include wind turbines, wave generators, water
current turbinesScience Articles, and combination products like the World Light Pole.  The company has been featured in various
renewable energy news blogs and sites.