The â€śSolar Shop SS5â€ť presentation will be held on the 14th of September 2017 in Palidoro via di Castel Campanile, 20 miles north of Rome, Italy. The presentation will take place at the Warexâ€™ Demonstrative Photovoltaic Field (WDPF) where you will also have the opportunity to see a Solar pumping System, a Solar Lamp Post and a one Megawatt photovoltaic plant.
The Executive Project has been approved by the EGAS (The Government of the Sardinia) !!!! After 7 years from the award of the tender for the design and construction of the Orosei wastewater treatment plant, itâ€™s starting the construction phase. Work is scheduled for delivery in early September.
Through an important Italian main contractor we have acquired a contract for the supply of 7 pump stations powered by solar energy in the oil sector.
SolarShop SS5 is a marine container equipped with a 5 kWp photovoltaic system and batteries. It produces electricity to be used in remote villages, far from the electric grid. SolarShop SS5 reaches the installation point ready to work: only the photovoltaic panels and their pre-fabricated support structure have to be mounted. SolarShop SS5 in its full optional version is equipped with: - electric pump for existing well - water tank and tap for water supply - refrigerator and a freezer - WHO refrigerator for drugs - shelves for foods, beverages and - radio and TV set - CD and DVD reader - PC with printer, - multiple battery chargers. SolarShop SS5 allows to organize several different activities that can improve the living conditions of the inhabitants of small isolated villages.
June 28th , 2016, the ATI 2 (Ambito Territoriale Integrato in the Umbria Region) with the act No. 20 has approved the final design for the implementation of the new waste water treatment plant and the sewage collectors. Warex is the lead company of the Joint-Venture in charge for the design and the implementation.
At Castel Campanile operating site in the town of Fiumicino (RM), owned by Warex, has been set up the research and innovation field for stand-alone photovoltaic systems.
The final verification tests and commissioning of the 5 MWp photovoltaic systems installed at the Hashemite University in Zarqa, Amman, Jordan have been completed.
The JV FB Group - EPC Consortium (of which it owns 50% Warex) has been awarded the tender launched by the Hashemite University for the design and construction of 5 MWp photovoltaic system ; 4 MWp will be ground mounted on the lands next to the University and 1 MWp will be installed on the canopies covering the walkways inside the university campus.
After beating international competitors the JV Warex Srl - CRTS Spa has been awarded the tender and signed the contract for the electrification of 7 rural villages in the Zanzan Region in Ivory Coast through systems of production and storage of photovoltaic solar energy. Works will last 24 weeks.
On the 29th of November RAI 3, within the program PIXEL, they talked about our Solar Power Station K10. You see the it in streaming through this link: http://www.tg3.rai.it/dl/tg3/rubriche/PublishingBlock-79554b45-1e4c-41a8-a474-ad3e22ab750f.html#
Warex, along with CR Technology Systems, is the owner of EPC Consortium, a consortium specializing in the design and construction of plants for the generation of electricity from renewable sources of energy
On 24 May 2014, following the inauguration of May the 22nd, Prime Minister of CĂ´te d'Ivoire Mr. Daniel Kablan Duncan received at his Office President Carlo Rovelli and Vice President Giovanni Tirabassi from EPC Consortium. Mr. Duncan revealed the need of the Ivorian Government to electrify at least 200 villages per year using renewable energies solutions such as the K10 Solar Power Station which EPC Consortium has donated to the University of Nangui-Abrogoua in Abidjan.
The 22nd of May, 2014 at the campus of the University Nangui Abrogoua (UNA) of Abidjan was held the inauguration of the new Solar Power Station K10 specifically developed by the EPC Consortium (between CRTS and Warex) to solve the serious problem of electrification in remote areas at the north of the country. Given the importance of the topics covered the event had institutional significance and was attended, among other people, by The Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development Dr. Remi Allah Kouadio, the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Major Colonel Konan Gnamien, The President of the University Nangui-Abrogoua, Professor Tano Yao, The Representative of the Prime Minister of CĂ´te d'Ivoire Daniel Kablan Duncan, The Director of Environment of the Presidency of the Republic Dr. Mamadou Fofana and the Ambassador of Italy in Ivory Coast SE Alfonso Di Riso.
The inauguration of the Solar Power Station K10 at the Campus of the University Nangui Abrogoua (UNA) of Abidjan has been postponed due to the unavailability of the Prime Minister of CĂ´te d'Ivoire Dr. Daniel Kablan Duncan. The inauguration will be scheduled after the 15.04.2014 date to be determined.