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HCI Energy Supplies Off-grid Hybrid Power for New Cell Towers Along Canada's "Highway of Tears"
British Columbia’s “Highway of Tears” is a 720-kilometer corridor of Highway 16 between Prince George and Prince Rupert. This stretch of highway has been the location of over 40 missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls since 1969.
HCI Energy worked with one of Canada's major wireless carriers to provide power to new, off-grid towers along the route ensuring continuous coverage and a safer environment for travel.
“People traveling this economic corridor and vital connection between communities will no longer be out of cell service range if they need to call for emergency services. It is a critical milestone in helping prevent future tragedies along this route, bringing comfort to people who use the highway and are now safer because of this connectivity.”
HCI Energy is helping close the wireless gap by providing eco-friendly, sustainable power options.
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