Technology firm focusing on manufacturing, sale, and monitoring of laser sending systems, Dark Pulse (OTCMKTS:DPLS) on August 20, 2021, announced that Optilan, its subsidiary, has been confirmed for delivering security systems and communications on two Power Plants in Libya.
Optiland is engaged in leading security as well as communications for energy, pipeline as well as infrastructure sectors. Appointed by ENKA on Misurata as well as Tripoli Simple Cycle Power Plants in Libya, the two projects aim at meeting the surging electricity demand of Libya.
Optilan was appointed by ENKA, the largest construction company in Turkey and will be working on Misurata 650MW Simple Cycle Power Plant as well as 671MW Simple Cycle Power Plant.
Bill Bayliss, CEO of Optilan said that the firm is delighted on being awarded the contract and hopes to deliver the projects assisting the electricity demands of the country. Bayliss added that the firm has global reach covering diverse industries.
DarkPulse also came out with an update from its CEO to the shareholders. The CEO Dennis M. O’Leary said that the firm has reviewed the second quarter of 2021 and expectations of quarters three and four for 2021. The company is discussing acquisition targets that can add to its current offerings including Oil and Gas upstream markets globally.
The CEO said that it has created a robust leadership team and operates across seven countries. It is building a demonstration facility in Ohio and has also commenced work on an integrated system offering and aims to have an expanded market presence in 2022. DarkPulse also confirmed adding Dr. Joseph Catalino as Chief Strategy Officer and appointing Ken Davidson as Chief Operating Officer.