Monthly Archives: March 2012

Solar the not so alternative energy

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. Continue reading

TGSolar and SOLIDEA’s hot new deal on “Spectra” PV Vision Glass

Seoul March 23rd 2012

Solidea Spectra Optima

BiPV Solidea's "Spectra" Optima Panel

South Korea’s TGSolar and SOLIDEA have agreed an OEM deal for the sale and distribution of “Spectra” in over 30 countries including Europe and the entire MENA region.  The Spectra BiPV system adds a lot of value to the Building-integrated photovoltaic market says Dr. Janusz  Przeorek President of SOLIDEA in Central Europe Continue reading

Savenergy 2012 Cyprus – Record Attendance


Savenergy 2012 Cyprus Larnaca 20th March 2012

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 and Greece said Dimitris

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SOLIDEA Eyes Saudi Beachhead opportunities from Bahrain

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.  Continue reading

Higher Energy Costs Driving Solar Solutions in West Africa

Accra 17th March 2012

Fuel prices for business and household electricity generation have noticeably increased all across West Africa in the last few months, electricity take off and the booming minerals industry is creating exceptional energy demand in West Africa; power cuts and outages are all too frequent as the local networks get regularly over loaded. Continue reading