DSHI is pleased to announce the opening of a dedicated R&D facility in Brantford ON to advance the commercialization of EnerDynamic technologies for DSHI’s global license.
EnerDynamic Systems Inc. was formed to provide solutions to meet the world’s energy demands. The firm is focused on developing solar, wind and a range of alternate energy technologies for use in industries such as transportation, telecommunications, remote power, and water purification. EnerDynamic is focused on innovative products that combine the capture of both wind and solar energy in one of the most advanced systems on the market today. This new technology known as Ener-Tree is the first true wind and solar hybrid generator available in a single, portable device.
“The world is moving toward a ‘carbon neutral’ goal and there is a huge emphasis on the development of ground breaking technology. The world is looking for new sources of clean energy. However, these efforts are hindered by the need to develop, build and service alternative energy solutions on a global scale. This is an area where Brantford is strategically positioned to play an integral part in this movement,” CEO Tom Bryson said. “We have a labour force with readily transferrable manufacturing skills. The types of jobs required in the green technology manufacturing sector are ideally suited to workers who have been impacted by the economic downturn,” he added. Any manufacturers involved in green energy technology would be well advised to look at Brantford and the surrounding area as a base of operations. Federal and provincial government initiatives further strengthen the case for locating in Brantford and the surrounding area, he said.