February 9, 2012

Hydrovolts Finds New Sources of Energy

Herman Trabish, GreenTechGrid


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Hydrovolts believes its technology can turn the increasingly precious water flowing in ever-larger volumes through wastewater treatment plants into electricity. Veolia Environmental Solutions, the biggest environmental solutions company in the world, and therefore one of the biggest wastewater processors in the world, will partner with Hydrovolts in the effort through its Innovation Accelerator program.

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TAGGED: Electric Grid, Electricity, Turbines, Wastewater Treatment Plants, Hydroelectric Power

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