Crypto containers who are they for renewable energy fit tariff

| August 21, 2019

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Do you own solar panels, an AD plant, or other renewable energy infrastructure? If so, you should be intrigued as to why everyone is investing in cryptocurrency and cryptocurrency mining in your sector.

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A company based in cyprus under the guidance of a team of engineers, economists and lawyers expert in solar and wind energy and generally renewable energy systems. Import, study, construction, maintenance and financial analysis of energy projects. The sectors of involvement are Photovoltaic systems, Wind energy systems (large/commecial, small), Solar systems, Biomass, Geothermal, landfill and sewage waste utilization systems and desalination using RES.

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