Energy Edge Ships First Atmospheric Water Generator to Ghana


BRIDGEWATER, N.J., Sept., 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Energy Edge Technologies Corp (OTC: EEDG) has announced the launch of its multi-pronged “Africa Initiative” with the shipment of its first Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) directly to the Armed Forces of Ghana. The initial shipment was executed under EEDG’s Partnership/Profit Sharing Agreement with Drinkable Air, a leader in pure water generation from humidity in the air we breathe. (

Given the fact that clean water is one of the most devastating issues facing Ghana and that their weather is generally extremely hot, humid and rainy, EEDG’s proven Drinkable Air solution, which offers a continuous supply of pure drinking water and air conditioning from the same unit, has been met with unbridled enthusiasm by all involved.

The utilization of AWG’s is an integral part of a comprehensive construction program presented by Trillacorpe Construction ( and Albah Manufacturing Technologies Corporation to Ghana‘s top ranking military officers and other key decision makers within their Government. The program calls for 50,000 to 100,000 new homes for the military spread out over 10 regions in Ghana, several new military bases and the retro-fitting of old bases, and the infrastructure and construction needed to accommodate these projects. Drinkable Air units of all sizes are currently under consideration for the new housing, industrial buildings, and military bases.

“We could not have asked for a better way to launch our Africa Initiative than by spearheading this highly promising and desperately needed project,” said Frank Campanaro, EEDG’s newly named Chairman. “After years of research, travel, and pavement pounding, we fully expect that the successful implementation of the many components that we are bringing to Ghana‘s military will serve as a springboard for a whole host of humanitarian business opportunities for EEDG throughout Africa and the Caribbean.”

“On behalf of everyone associated with EEDG, I want to thank Frank and the entire Trillacorpe team for their tireless efforts to make a real difference and deliver to the people of Africa some precious hope in the battle to find immediate solutions to their horrific water crisis,” said Dr. Benjamin Chavis, EEDG’s Spokesperson. “I am also personally entrenched in this fight and expect to have a great deal of news to report in the coming months relating to Ghana and many other countries that will directly benefit from the cutting edge solutions that EEDG is offering.” (

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SOURCE Energy Edge Technologies Corp

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