Category Archives: Lighting
Santiago, July 23 2012
The remote mining industry holds huge potential for the renewable energy and renewable water industry who fondly refer to their art as “Watergy”. SOLIDEA’s Watergy is an holistic modern economic approach to the combined energy, water and waste consumption of any installation an art that saves mine owners and operators money… Read More
The Union of Comoros is a little known archipelago of small island nations [SIN's]. These Comoros Islands are located off the East Coast of Africa. Excluding Mayotte; the last of the Islands belonging to the French Commonwealth, [in theory part of the EU] Comoros is the third smallest Nation in the African continent its also one… Read More
Warsaw Arpil 19, 2012
SOLIDEA announced that up to 100% finance was now available to SOLIDEA clients with shopping centers and office developments in Poland. Companies looking to reduce their energy bills to Zero Net Energy status using SOLIDEA renewable energy solutions could now qualify for the finance to do it.
“Our clients consider our Zero Net… Read More
Prague March 27 2012
The facade lighting industry has been far from over worked since the crises and the use of energy to artistically light up our buildings and monuments seemed a little frivolous and uncool until Zero, net energy buildings or ZNE’s became all the rage.
A Zero, net energy building is one that makes as much energy as it uses, a hard act to follow for almost any… Read More
Ouagadougou March 26, 2012
Less than 3% of the population of Burkina Faso’s 11 million people have regular access to grid power, however seemingly twice that number have access to mobile phones and according to one telecommunication company almost 35% of the population will have network coverage by end 2012.
SOLIDEA’s Roland Montagnon explains that there is terrific opportunity for expansion here in West… Read More
The 8th Energy Saving Exhibition “SAVENERGY 2012” was held at the Cyprus International Fair grounds (EXPO) in Nicosia between the 16th and 18th of March 2012. According to Dimitris Chatzoudis like always the event was very well attended, SOLIDEA have secured many new solar field projects this year in Cyprus… Read More
Poland’s energy market regulator (URE) capped prices for 2012 under 6% despite calls from energy producers for up to 10% increases. A delay in price increases now will make things worse later experts warn, increased costs and Poland’s decaying infrastructure can only be put off for so long.
Sharp energy price increases in 2013 are inevitable as Economy Minister Maciej Kaliski announced that inevitably Poland would have to liberalize its… Read More
Oil prices, electricity take off and the booming minerals industry is creating exceptional energy demand in West Africa; Solidea sees higher sales and a stronger market position emerging in sub Saharan Africa than in North West Europe over the next few years Read More