News about SolarWave

Technology in Action with UNHCR.

SolarWave was specially invited to participate in a two day event organized by UNHCR, the Norwegian Emergency Preparedness System NOREPS and Innovation Norway covering shelter, hybrid energy generation, water and sanitation. The event highlighted the solutions recently selected by UNHCR to overcome difficulties experienced by the United Nations and international humanitarian organizations when deployed on emergency

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SolarWave participates at AidEx 2014.

SolarWave participated as exhibitor at AidEx 2014 on november 12 and 13. AidEx is Europe’s only event dedicated to the specialised needs of aid professionals across the world. Its fundamental aim is to engage the sector at every level and provide a one stop shop for the visitor to meet, source, supply and learn. The new WP700-

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SolarWave supplies water treatment units to the UNHCR.

SolarWave has been awarded a significant order for solar powered water purification systems which will be installed at several UNHCR offices in Chad. Johan Wennerberg, CEO SolarWave, stated: “I am extremely proud of this order. It demonstrates the competitiveness of our technology and our knowledge of the needs and demands in sub-Saharan Africa”. SolarWave’s unique

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Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden visits Tanzania.

SolarWave was introduced to Crown Princess Victoria at a reception held at the Swedish Residence for Swedish and Tanzanian business leaders, government officials and agency heads.

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Water treatment systems supplied to MSB.

SolarWave supplied water treatment systems to the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB), for new camps that are being set up in South Sudan.

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SolarWave participates in the Swedish Health Care delegation to Uganda.

SolarWave’s Business Development Manager Ms. Tatiana Boldyreva participated in the Swedish health care delegation to Uganda on 27 to 29 November to discuss the importance of clean water in health care. The delegation was organized by the Swecare Foundation and led by the Swedish Minister for Health and Social Affairs, Mr. Göran Hägglund.

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SolarWave water purification system is installed at Jolly-Mercy Learning Center in Kampala, Uganda.

Since the end of November, a SolarWave water purification system has been installed in the Jolly-Mercy Learning Center – a primary school in Kampala, Uganda. The system was donated by the Swedish company Midroc. The water used in the school comes from three sources – rainwater, a borehole and a surface water source, which are

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SolarWave launches a Good Water project in Tanzania.

SolarWave in partnership with Midroc Europe has launched the first Good Water project in Tanzania. Two schools and one dispensary in the Morogoro region were equipped with SolarWave water purification systems and over 4000 people gained access to safe drinking water. Before the project, the students, patients and the families leaving nearby consumed water from

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SolarWave supplies water treatment systems to The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) for relief work in the Philippines.

SolarWave’s desalination system and water purification system will be used at the UN base camps for the relief work in the Philippines. Typhoon Haiyan has left central Philippines devastated and appears to be the deadliest natural disaster on record there.  

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Product training course held in Uganda.

A very successful product training course was conducted between 19-21 September at Kampala Uganda. The course had 13 participants representing SolarWave Uganda Limited. The purpose of the course was to give a comprehensive training on how to operate and maintain the full range of SolarWave’s water purification and solar power products, with the overall objective

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