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On Friday, September 9th, 2016, Skyline’s green energy company Anvil Crawler Development Corp opened the doors of its manufacturing facility for an inside look at its latest products and developments.

Anvil Crawler power unit charging two Tesla electric cars

The Open House was in partnership with Green Energy Doors Open Ontario 2016, a campaign by the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA). Over 100 Skyline investors, green energy sector professionals, prospective clients, and friends of Skyline and Anvil Crawler attended the day-long event, where Anvil Crawler staff provided tours of the facility and its line of products and services.

Anvil Crawler manufacturing warehouse

“With climate change action being a cause of both concern as well as excitement for many people, this initiative by the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) provides a great opportunity to get close to actual projects and to learn from the experiences of those who have spent their time and energy to develop them,” says Nicole Risse, OSEA’s Executive Director, in an August 31st, 2016 press release.

Anvil Crawler power unit built using a shipping container and solar power roof

Anvil Crawler was launched in 2015 to give consumers and businesses a new way to look at alternative energy sources. Its products include the Anvil Power House, electric car chargers, Combined Heat & Power (Co-Generation) systems, and grid-tied rooftop solar systems. Find out more information about Anvil Crawler at, and find out more about Skyline’s additional environmental initiatives.