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Category Archives: R&D
Rosh Ha’ayn 2 July, 2012 Solid wastes cause congestion in the Municipal sewage system; small scale PowerCan® 200 extracts solid waste in line upstream at a local level. “This significantly reduces the impact on the water treatments system at the end of … Continue reading
Warsaw June 11, 2012 PowerCan® 200 is making landfill practice history across Central and South Europe even in West Africa; “landfill is no longer part of modern waste management”. Says SOLIDEA’s Steve Walker “With PowerCan® 200 the waste is recycled or made … Continue reading
Nassau April 25, 2012 New Providence Bahamas are very fortunate to have a relatively well developed infrastructure; testimony at least that good planning and foresight [as even its name suggests] of future energy needs pays off. But what of the … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Scotland April 2, 2012 Inspired by extending the Scottish soft fruit season by a just a few weeks Robert Mather and his team have developed durable Powertextiles that produce electrical energy through applied photovoltaics to the fabric surface. This ultra … Continue reading