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Atlas Copco mobile QES generators, predictable power where it’s needed, when it’s needed in six seconds

23rd March 2017 “The QES range of mobile generators present the most practical Predictable Power choice currently available on the market,” according to Atlas Copco Construction Technique’s Portable Energy Business Line Manager, David Stanford. These high performing, efficient and tough generators from Atlas... 

It’s business as usual only better, as Atlas Copco Mining & Rock Excavation Technique enters a new era

17th March 2017 As of 1 January 2018, Atlas Copco will grow into two separate global groups of companies. The split will provide the best growth opportunities for both listed companies with Atlas Copco focusing on the industrial market and the new company (NewCo) dedicated to the mining and civil engineering... 

Pre-certified medical air system solutions from Atlas Copco Compressor Technique

15th March 2017 Super-efficient, high performing, ultra-reliable and safe equipment is fundamental for the medical sector to remain compliant with exceptionally stringent and ever-tightening regulations. Atlas Copco’s comprehensive range of medical air solutions is backed by more than 130 years of experience and... 

Atlas Copco portable dewatering pumps are tough!

9th March 2017 High performance, class-leading fuel efficiency and complete portability underpin the PAS range of centrifugal diesel-driven open-frame dewatering pumps from Atlas Copco Construction Technique’s Portable Energy division. The development of the PAS range is centred on vital information gained... 
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Offgrid solar power could save electricity costs for African households

Offgrid solar power could help lower the energy costs for 138-million households in Africa that live on less than $2.50 a day and spend about $10-billion a year on energy-related products, including charcoal, candles and kerosene, South African Solar Photovoltaic Committee chairperson Jo Dean... 

Africa not making the most of its solar energy potential

Most African governments are not moving fast enough to progress the uptake of solar energy, with the renewable energy accounting for less than 1% of energy consumed on the continent, Gigawatt Global CEO Welden Turner said on Tuesday. Speaking at Power & Electricity World Africa 2017, in... 
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