DECEMBER 14, 2021—KAUFMAN, TEXAS—New Alternative Green Energy Inc. (New A.G.E.), a company dedicated to creating a cleaner future, has signed an MOU with NODABL Networks, Inc. (NODABL) for secure broadband services supporting proposed hydrogen generation projects in Texas. The companies are also partnering on a private network for a planned New A.G.E. headquarters facility near Riesel, Texas.
“Reliable internet connectivity remains a challenge for much of rural Texas in spite of the essential nature of the service for businesses, cities and residents,” said New A.G.E. Chairman and Founder Mike Wilson. “We’re confident that the relationship with NODABL will provide a solid infrastructure for our operations and also benefit the communities where we operate.”
NODABL offers private LTE and 5G cellular networks as a managed service (NaaS) giving customers full control over their networks without the burden of managing a complex cellular network. NODABL’s turnkey services include planning and design, installation and site launch, post-launch monitoring and support.
“NODABL is pleased to be selected by a pioneer in alternative green energy technologies as its strategic partner for secure broadband services,” said NODABL Networks CEO Dr. Aroon Tungare. “We look forward to supporting New A.G.E. projects in Texas and around the country.”
About NODABL Networks, Inc.
NODABL Networks is a nationwide provider of broadband networks and services that enable people, communities, and enterprises to flourish. NODABL provides custom-designed, enterprise-grade, private LTE and 5G networks and services using world-class technology partners. Learn more at www.nodabl.com.
Marc Metteauer, +1-830-660-7602
About New Alternative Green Energy Inc.
New A.G.E. creates a cleaner future. With a single patented process, New AGE simultaneously removes toxic waste from coal and fly ash while producing hydrogen and HydrocarbonPlus™ and harvesting rare earth elements. The company also is pioneering new ways of harnessing wind, purifying water, and deploying hydrogen infrastructure to enable mass market use of the fuel. For more information visit www.newageincusa.com.
John Caldwell – (805) 390-1601