Category Archives: Lighting

Street and Public Transport Utilities, PPP, SSL’s

Upgrade Your Office, School Or Shopping Centre To LED For Free In Poland With EVE®

Warsaw 20 January 2014

LED Strip

Since 2014, AC LED’s became tried and tested. AC LED’s production cost are far less than DC LED’s because an AC/DC converter is no longer required. Offices, schools, shopping centres and others can halve their energy bills with plug and play InsertLED® lamps. From 2014 EVE® clients can upgrade to LED lighting at no cost. EVE® are ready and willing to finance LED upgrade for a share of energy savings.

EVE® Stage THREE Clients Can Upgrade To LED With No Cost

LED is much more expensive in Capital Cost than traditional lighting installations, however longterm LED lighting save energy and have a much longer life cycle. Non LED lighting units are generally far lower cost but the advent of AC lighting means InsertLED® is far more competitive and simply by changing the light bulb. Continue reading

Great Mines Think Alike

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.

Good Watergy practice for remote mining project considers the full life cycle impact of the fuel, energy, water and waste design and both on and off the site. Watergy is a hot topic in the mining industry these days as public opinion, natural conservation and meeting tough new environmental requirements impacts project certainty even in the remotest locations.

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SOLIDEA for the SIN’s of Comoros

Moroni May 13, 2012

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 of the poorest.

SOLIDEA recently completed an energy investment study for Comoros and with a focus on Moroni and its  disadvantage of no reliable deep sea port facilities. Continue reading

Finally 100% Finance for SOLIDEA Zero Net Energy Projects in Poland

Warsaw Arpil 19, 2012

Warsaw CentrumSOLIDEA 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 Energy solutions as an extra tenant potentially paying more income every month from the installations than is paid in utility bills”. Continue reading

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

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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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