New York, New York— Enerkon Solar International Inc. (OTC Pink: ENKS) announces today the purchase of 122 acres of commercial land to establish the planned 20 MW Solar and Hydrogen Plant facility.
Enerkon Solar International Inc. (ENKS) Chairman Mr. Benjamin Ballout stated: “Today, ENKS is pleased to announce the Signed Agreement to Purchase of 122 Acres of Commercial Land in Pennsylvania Turnpike area for the establishment of our planned 20 MW Solar and Hydrogen Plant facility – for which we have opened initial talks with EPC Giant Siemens as a potential EPC Appointed by Enerkon for the establishment of the project on our new site.”
“The Land area is located in the Penn Forest Township carbon county commonwealth of Pennsylvania straddling the turnpike with service road access – having also a freshwater lake for water source needed in Electrolysis (Hydrogen Production) – and an adjacent Transformer station which connects to the Electricity Grid for the State of Pennsylvania.”
“This will be our first USA Based Utility Scale Solar Power and Hydrogen Production Project. We shall take advantage of the land area also to install a new Agri-tech pilot project on the site using Hydroponic and other technology for indoor food production using green technology – this also powered by the residual power from the main solar array as well as any hydrogen generators on site that may benefit from Hydrogen production as well.”
It’s noted that this Project is in line with the Biden Administration Green New Deal and Policy support for such projects and Programs.
“Lastly, our March 31 Quarterly report will be posted within about 5 days, with Positive Earnings and Asset Growth, in line for the last 4 years averages (revenue of $36,148,500 for the Quarter Ending March 31, 2021 Gross Profit at approximately $15,900,000.) with positive earnings for the Quarter reporting. Also, we shall announce soon, the progress of our various interactions with the Governments of Ukraine, Libya, and other countries, covering the next quarter plans and operations.”
Source: Enerkon Solar