Manama 18th March 2012
Saudi Arabia consumes more water per head of population than any other nation, large scale desalination operations means huge loss of water in the system.
The SOLIDEA Beachhead PowerCan® 200 project takes care of desalination and waste extinction locally. Small manageable local utilities are more affordable and far faster off the drawing board.
Reports in the media of solar only solutions are “more science fiction than a reality” says SOLIDEA’ s Robbie Fergusson.
The SOLIDEA “Beachhead Project” uses local waste and human waste as feedstock for driving desalination plants CHP produces hot water and electrical energy. Using waste as feedstock is dealing with multiple issues and in making them extinct produces a sustainable source of renewable energy. Solar fieled installations that produce energy during the daytime are still a valid energy boost says Robbie but far from the final solution
July 1 2015 Gdansk
The New PowerCan [right] seen here with the PowerCan 200 [left] is an Updraft Gasifier. “Whilst it comes as some surprise to the Industry Up draft Gasification provides more benefit
SOLIDEA, sp. z o.o. PowerCan200 Team has won a major national award for its environmental innovation. More than 400 candidates from some of Poland’s largest power and engineering companies competed to fund development of their new technologies under GEKON financial sponsorship, with full Polish government support. Good news for PowerCan clients
The production of the new PowerCan
Warsaw 28 February 2014
You could be forgiven for thinking that the Organic Hydrogen Battery here on the left is a glass plant pot filled with wood-chips because that’s exactly what it is. With an Energy Industry desperate to find effective renewable means to store and distribute energy the SOLIDEA Group energy team has been focusing on… Read More