Clear Blue Technologies International CEO Opens Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)
Miriam Tuerk is ringing the opening bell in celebration of the Smart Off-Grid company’s public listing on TSX Venture Exchange as of July 19, 2018
August 09, 2018 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Miriam Tuerk, co-founder and CEO of Clear Blue Technologies International Inc. (“Clear Blue”) (TSXV:CBLU), the Smart Off-Grid™ company, is opening the market at Toronto Stock Exchange. It marks a celebration of Clear Blue’s successful public listing on TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) on July 19, 2018.
“Clear Blue is one of the first clean tech companies to list on Canada’s premium exchange for technology companies. The additional capital will ensure we can capitalize on the worldwide disruption to the existing power infrastructure through application of our patented Smart Off-Grid technology.”
“It is an honor to be opening the Toronto Stock Exchange in celebration of our listing on TSXV,” stated Ms. Tuerk. “Clear Blue is one of the first clean tech companies to list on Canada’s premium exchange for technology companies. The additional capital will ensure we can capitalize on the worldwide disruption to the existing power infrastructure through application of our patented Smart Off-Grid technology."
Ms. Tuerk is joined at the opening ceremony by her fellow co-founders, John Tuerk, chief power officer, and Mark Windrim, chief technology officer, as well as other members of the executive team.
“We would like to take the opportunity to thank those who have supported Clear Blue in our accomplishments up to this point, including our investors, partners and dedicated team of employees,” adds Tuerk. “It is thanks to their dedication and embracing Clear Blue’s vision for low-cost, clean, reliable power that we reached this significant milestone, and will continue to grow in the foreseeable future.”
About Clear Blue Technologies International
Clear Blue Technologies International, the Smart Off-Grid™ company, was founded on a vision of delivering clean, managed, “wireless power” to meet the global need for reliable, low-cost, solar and hybrid power for lighting, telecom, security, Internet of Things devices, and other mission-critical systems. Today Clear Blue has about thousands of systems under management across 34 countries, including the U.S. and Canada.