You are here


Mexico: Pilot Polymer Water Heater Factory by 2016

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on June 26, 2015
AquathermTwo well-known solar thermal manufacturers from the USA and Mexico announced at the beginning of June that they will establish a joint-venture to manufacture polymer-based solar thermal absorbers and collectors in the Mexican city of Cuernavaca. The factory, which receives monetary support from CeMie-Sol, the Mexican Center for Innovation in Solar Energy, is expected to start producing by late 2016 with some 50,000 m² of capacity according to a press release published on 3 June. The plant should be fully operational by December 2018 and is located at the INNOVACyT Technology Park in Cuernavaca, just next to Modulo Solar’s headquarter. The photo shows the production of polypropylene absorber plates at Aquatherm. It is one of the manufacturing steps that should be done in Mexico as well. 
Photo: Aquatherm

Namibia: Solar Water Heaters at Educational Institutions

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on May 18, 2009

 Solar water heaters at Polytechnik Namibia Showering with energy from the sun: the new built hostels of the Polytechnic of Namibia are equipped with 87 solar water heaters with a capacity of 300 litres each. Photo: Namibian Engineering Corporation

Search results

  • Companies : UNAM

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. Find out more by following this link.