News about SolarWave

SolarWave supplies four solar powered water treatment systems to The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB).

SolarWave’s water treatment systems will be used at base camps for the UN mission in remote locations in South Sudan where the International Humanitarian Partnership (IHP), of which the MSB is a member, is providing field staff and equipment. “Lack of roads, fuel and electricity demand new technical solutions, and SolarWave is proud to be

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Successful product training course conducted in Nigeria and Tanzania

SolarWave’s basic product training course is designed to teach salespersons and field technicians how to operate SolarWave’s water treatment systems. The first product training course was held in Lagos, Nigeria, from 19 to 21 February 2013. 13 sales representatives of Sweborg Nigeria Limited attended the course which was cordially hosted by Mr. Emoh Robinson, the

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SolarWave Uganda Limited

SolarWave proudly announces the first SolarWave franchise located in Kampala, Uganda. Operating under the name SolarWave Uganda Limited, the new franchise offers the full portfolio of products and services of SolarWave AB. “Our strategy allows entrepreneurs to share in the success of SolarWave while also supporting the company’s ambition to further increase its market presence.

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New Reseller Announcement

Sweborg Nigeria Limited will now represent SolarWave in Nigeria, Liberia , Sierra Leone and Ghana. This new partnership aligns with our strategy and brings a highly experienced organization into the SolarWave reseller channel.

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SolarWave Tanzania Limited welcomes new employees.

Sarah Tarimo, Maureen Ndekana and Joseph Bamwenzaki have joined SolarWave Tanzania Limited. They are experts in their fields and bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience to the company. We look forward to an exciting time ahead. buy viagra 100mg

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Safe drinking water for Kuaga Prison in Uganda

SolarWave has installed the Solar powered water purification system in Kuaga Prison. Previously, all drinking water has been boiled but this had to be stopped because of the high cost of firewood. Now, with the SolarWave water purifier installed, safe and clean drinking water is available to all inmates.

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SolarWave qualifies for Swedpartnership

Swedfund offers financial support for small and medium-sized Swedish enterprises to invest in equipment and knowledge transfer when setting up businesses in the emerging markets of Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. This support is a special venture from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and is financed with a separate budget called Swedpartnership. The objective

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SolarWave’s CEO installs solar power at home.

Johan Wennerberg, SolarWave’s CEO says, ” You can do a lot for the environment while improving your lifestyle at the same time. Protecting the environment is an integral part of SolarWave’s business activities and performance, so the decision to install solar power was the natural thing to do. ” SolarWave is proud to have a

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SolarWave donates 1 Million UGX to Rahab Uganda

Rahab Uganda is a NGO started in 2005, working to restore the self image of girls affected by sexual exploitation. The organization currently runs a home situated at Kitetika-Masooli, off Gayaza road and a Drop-in-centre in Makindye division. cialis for sale uk In keeping with our vision to save the world, we believe that everyone

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UN approves the SolarWave water purification project in Tanzania.

The project is funded by Tricorona, through the UN Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). This project aims to provide safe drinking water and reduce carbon emissions. 5184 metric tonnes CO2 is the estimated carbon emission reduction during the term of the project. SolarWave’s solar powered water purification system is the technology that will make this possible.

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