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Argilus
82 VIEWS
Sustainable development

Argilus replaces over-polluting cement with green concrete

The founders of Argilus are persuaded that they invented the “concrete of tomorrow”. When current concrete requires the use of expensive marine sands, their High Performance Alkaline Activation (HP2A) technology makes it possible to produce concrete from desert sands or from deconstruction of buildings. Above all, this technology would significantly reduce the carbon footprint associated… Read more

Ashis Paul and his invention
150 VIEWS
Innovation

Plastic bottles as air conditioner in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has a warm, rainy and humid tropical climate with temperatures climbing up to 45 degrees Celsius (113ºF) in summer. Most of the rural population of Bangladesh lives in corrugated iron huts that can become dangerously hot under the burning sun. Many homes have no electricity to operate affordable cooling devices, such as ceiling fans.… Read more

Burundi solar light
116 VIEWS
Renewable Energy

Bujumbura streets illuminated by solar lighting

More than 95% of the 10 million Burundians do not have access to electricity. The mayor of Bujumbura Fredy Mbonimpa and Gigawatt Global, the pioneer in solar energy, recently signed a partnership for solar public lighting in Bujumbura, the capital of Burundi. Gigawatt Global, a pioneering company in the field of solar energy, is expanding… Read more

TRAIN SOLAR
141 VIEWS
Renewable Energy

Indian Railways launch India’s first solar train

India is the third polluter of the planet behind China and the United States of America. Its coal plants still generate 60% of its electricity production. Like its neighbour China, the country is obliged to begin a forced energy transition, since in many cities the air is polluted on average four times higher than national… Read more

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