Ozop Energy gets Canadian Navy contract for submarine battery systems

Ozop Energy

Ozop Energy, the U.S.-based designer, developer, and manufacturer of high-power chargers, inverters, and power components, announced today that one of its subsidiaries, Power Conversion Technologies, Inc., has received a contract from the Canadian Navy for three submarine battery charging systems.

Notably, the contract came from Canada’s Department of National Defense Maritime Forces Atlantic, a department of the Government of Canada responsible for the fleet training and operational readiness of the Royal Canadian Navy in the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans.

The contract includes two high-capacity battery chargers, 1.875MW, Input 4160Vac, Output 750VDC – 2500A. The third one is a low capacity 21KW Battery Charger; Input 208Vac – 125Aac, Output 28Vdc – 700a, as outlined by the company. The value of the contract is $721,880 Canadian dollars, which is equivalent to around $572,450 U.S. dollars.

On the other hand, Power Conversion Technologies, Inc. designs, develops, engineers, manufactures, and distributes standard and custom power electronic solutions for industrial, military, and sustainable energy sectors.

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Ozop Energy backs PTCI leadership

The company has its headquarters in East Butler, Pennsylvania. Among its customers are the U.S. Military and many of the world’s largest industrial manufacturers. About the relevance of the contract for the company, Bill Yargeau, President of the company, said. “We are very proud that DND has selected PCTI in support of the Canadian submarine maintenance program.”

He also remarked. “These will be some of the largest battery charging systems units used in this type of application. PTCI is ready and excited to successfully address the Canadian National Defense interest”.

Finally, Brian Conway, CEO of OZOP Energy, said. “With new leadership in place, PCTI has really begun to thrive. I’m really proud of Bill and his team as they build and nurture new and old relationships to tackle and overcome any and all challenges before them.”

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