FireflyPower Featured in June 2017 Ocean Exchange Newsletter

FireflyPower™ is very excited to be featured in the Ocean Exchange newsletter. Read the June 2017 issue here.
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A Panda-Shaped Solar Power Plant?

Only in China. Connected to a major northern Chinese power grid earlier this summer in the city of Datong, Shanxi province, is a 248-acre solar power plant that closely resembles a panda bear — from above, at least. Learn more @ Mother Nature...
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FireflyPower Deploys Version 2.0 of Small Wind Turbines with Improved Solar Integration

Charleston, South Carolina (July 10, 2017) – FireflyPower™ (www.fireflypower.com) has recently deployed version 2.0 of their lightweight, small wind turbines. The new two-bladed, carbon fiber design is lighter and more efficient, allowing for easier integration with new or existing solar arrays and without adding significant weight. Flexible and modular, FireflyPower’s turbines enable both...
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Summer 2015 Newsletter

We are enjoying the heat that summer brings and are excited to share our Summer 2015 newsletter.  Enjoy our FireflyPower updates, fun pictures and news from the FireflyPower Team!  Click here to download our Summer 2015 Newsletter.
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FireflyPower Wins the Innovation Award at the EcoLiving Awards

Our submission was judged by an esteemed panel of experts and the winning entries were announced last night at AGO – Art Gallery of Ontario. We are thrilled to announce Firefly Power Wind Turbines won top prize in the Innovation category for our lightweight, affordable and efficient wind turbines!  Watch our video submission...
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Founders Join Community Tree Planting Event for Earth Week 2015

We love contributing to community initiatives!  On April 25th, co-founders Janet and Peter joined in local a Earth Week event at the Humber Arboretum, along the Humber River in Toronto. We planted and mulched White Spruce, American Elder and Common Ninebark, and had a great time taking part in the Trees Across Toronto initiative. Blue skies, sunshine and local reforestation…what a...
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