CleanSpark, Inc. (NASDAQ:CLSK) revealed Wednesday that it has received a contract to provide intelligent switchgear upgrades and support for a US Embassy located on the African continent.
Under the agreement, the diversified software and services company will service the paralleling switchgear controls at the Embassy for a term of 5 years including upgrades to the equipment. Additionally, the company will provide technical and online support to Embassy personnel.
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Trained on systems utilizing a variety of operating modes, CleanSpark said its field service technicians and engineers are capable of servicing or upgrading switchgear installed by CleanSpark's Critical Power Division, as well as all other paralleling switchgear brands. Maintenance and upgrades will be performed by the CleanSpark team, which is proficient in design and start-up, troubleshooting, training, and providing maintenance on switchgear, paralleling controls, and power distribution equipment it added.
In a statement, CleanSpark's CEO Zach Bradford said: "This is another exciting development for our intelligent switchgear business. Our team has continued to experience strong sales of our hardware-based solutions, and recently we've seen an increase in the maintenance, upgrades, and technical support segments as well. We are excited to have prevailed on this competitive government contract. Aside from the overall economic value, our proposal leverages our prior expertise on secure government projects, as well as the knowledge base and aptitude of the professionals within our staff."
The Embassy contract follows news on Monday that CleanSpark has commissioned its software on a new solar plus storage microgrid project in Central America.
The company said it is partnered with an energy developer to deploy this unique solution for Micro Technologies SA, a major international assembly and manufacturing company. The microgrid is for their new factory located in the San Jose, Alajuela Province of Costa Rica.
The local clean-energy developer focuses on distributed power generation, storage, and management. They have installed some of the first microgrids in Latin America.
CleanSpark offers software and intelligent controls for microgrid and distributed energy resource management systems and innovative strategy and design services. The company provides advanced energy software and control technology that allows energy users to obtain resiliency and economic optimization. Its software is uniquely capable of enabling a microgrid to be scaled to the user's specific needs and can be widely implemented across commercial, industrial, military, agricultural and municipal deployment.
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