July 20, 2017
Wise Power Systems has installed one of the world’s largest 100% solar micro grids on Annobon Island, Equatorial Guinea. The systems is made up of 20,000 solar panels capable of producing up to 5 Megawatts of power, and the system has up to 10 Megawatts of power storage. The island, located 100 miles off the west coast of Africa, previously only had diesel generators that would only produce power for a few hours each day. Now, thanks to Wise Power Systems, the people of Annobon Island have access to electricity 24 hours a day.
This new access to reliable power now gives the island and its residents the ability to do things that previously were impossible. This includes keeping their streets lit at night, powering their homes, and even powering freezers to preserve and store fish caught in the surrounding fishing grounds.
In addition to the Micro Grid, Wise Power Systems also replaced 10,000 light bulbs in the main city of San Antonio de Palé with our own patented low-usage LED Lights. Each of these lights is capable of lasting for over 80,000 hours of use, and output an industry-leading 180 lumens per Watt. Upgrading these lights means that there is now less strain on the grid, leaving more room for future expansion. The island’s government has already begun construction on a new hospital, a new school, and even a new stadium.
The Wise Power Systems Micro Grid provides a host of new opportunities. Now, the people of the island can experience and learn about solar power first-hand, and work to improve and spread the technology throughout the globe.
As a result of our efforts, Wise Power Systems was honored with the Award for Excellence in International Trade by the World Trade Center Delaware.
June 1, 2014
Suninone, Inc. released it’s new and exciting 10 watt solar charger for cell phones, ipads and tablets.
This charger has two USB ports so you can charge your cell phone and tablet at the same time. The chargers design circuit allows the panel to be shaded for a minute and then goes back to fully charging without the use of a battery or storage. This new design gives the user more options in charging cell phones, i pads and tablets on the go
October 12, 2014
Four companies have won the World Trade Center Delaware’s fourth annual World Trade in Motion awards.
Sun-in-One Inc. of Wilmington won the award for excellence in international trade. The company manufactures solar products, including portable solar panels, off-grid shed, out-building and sign-lighting kits, and off-grid kits and micro-grids for homes and villages.
Sun-in-One participated in state trade missions to Brazil and South Africa. They are active in Kenya, South Africa, Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Ghana and Togo.
Wes Garnett and Steve Roettger of the Coin Loft of Wilmington won the “Hank” Award for innovation in economic development. The award, named after Henry Beckler, World Trade Center Delaware chairman emeritus, is given to individuals who have developed and acted on new visions for economic development, and contributing to Delaware’s role in the global economy.
Garnett and Roettger founded Delaware’s first co-working space “and essentially birthed modern entrepreneurship in Wilmington at a time when Delaware’s flagship city is most in need of positive energy and excitement,” according to a World Trade Center release.
The World Trade Center also recognized the fact that ILC Dover of Frederica and General Separation Technologies Inc. of Newark shared the President’s “E” Awards for Exports, bestowed by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce.