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The researchers of the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) have made a solar water pump to use in remote areas without any power supply.
The solar water pump is powered by heat generated from solar radiation. It can pump water in remote areas from wells without any energy source and this will improve agricultural yield in these areas.
The solar water pump is simple to develop, assemble, and maintain and they are also cheap.
“The new technology is also useful for cooling, as the sound wave can replace the compressor in refrigerators and air conditioners. Other possible uses are ventilation, power generation and water purification,” they added.
Recently, Israel’s largest EPC El-Mor Electric Installation & Services Ltd and German microgrid specialists DHYBRID are launching a strategic partnership. This will allow investors and operators in Israel to benefit from El-Mor’s engineering expertise and 25 years of experience while accessing DHYBRID’s UPP: a state of the art energy management system tailored specifically for demanding grid applications.