March 2013: Creation of a Feasibility Study for a 38 MW Multi-Effect-Solar (MES) Power Plant
Feasibility Study for a 38 MW Multi-Effect-Solar (MES) Power Plant in Cameroon
The Feasibility Study for a 38 MW Multi-Effect-Solar (MES) Power Plant shows, that the MES is able to economically produce electricity and drinking water in Cameroon. With a forecast of a power production of ca. 274 GWh, based on the integrated 24h energy storage, the MES is able to contribute stabilizing electricity production in Cameroon. The current blackouts and power shortages shall be massively reduced.
December 2012: Signing of a PPA (Power Purchase Agreement) between our project developer CIDC and EDC for a 35 MW solar power plant in Cameroon
Signing of a PPA (Power Purchase Agreement) between our project developer CIDC and EDC for a 35 MW solar power plant in Cameroon for a BOOT (Build-Own-Operate-Transfer) model
The contract provides that all power generated in the proposed solar thermal power plant, will be bought by the electricity company from the operator of the Multi-Effect-Solar (MES) Power Plant to improve the energy supply of Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon.
December 2011: Lecture at SWPF in Jeddah by Michael T. Witt, CEO of WITT SOLAR AG
Lecture at Saudi Water & Power Forum (SWPF) in Jeddah by Michael T. Witt, CEO of WITT SOLAR AG
In the lecture, it became clear that only a quick introduction of solar thermal power plants with an integrated 24-hour energy storage and integrated seawater desalination, as currently solely provided by MES Power Plants, the sharp increase of its own oil consumption from Saudi Arabia can be stopped.
October 2008: Lecture at European Energy Conference in Erfurt by Michael T. Witt, CEO of WITT SOLAR AG
EUROPEAN ENERGY SUPPLY IN THE SIGN OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY SHORTAGE, transition to a sustainable low-carbon economy
"Future contribution of Multi-Effect-Solar power plants (MES) with integrated 24h energy storage for base-load power in Europe"
Lecture held by Michael T. Witt, CEO on 08.10.2008 on the European Energy Conference in Erfurt
The “Energiewende” in Germany or Europe is only possible with renewable energy that can afford what conventional power plants, which have to be replaced, can ensure to: A secure base load supply of electricity. This is currently only possible with Multi-Effect-Solar power plants (MES) thanks to the integrated 24h energy storage. Please contact us in case you are interested in consultancy regarding how change from fossil fuels towards uninterrupted solar power supply can be realized.
Informal world record with conversion of high concentrated salt water into drinking water !
We achieved the conversion of almost saturated salt water (ca. 240.000 ppm or 24% salt concentration) into drinking water of 150 ppm (less than normal tab water). This is exactly the salt concentration preferred for mineral water in Arabia.
50% of the incoming salt water could be converted into drinking water.
Conventional salt water treatment and conversion technologies achieve only 20 to 40% drinking water out of the incoming salt water (45.000 ppm). Its conditions of use are limited to salt water concentrations below 70.000 ppm.
For comparison: The salt concentration of the Dead Sea is 230.000 to 280.000 ppm or 23% to 28%. The Arabian Gulf has a concentration over 45.000 ppm.
Witt Solar AG would like to welcome you to meet personally at our booth during the conference to discuss your requirements and our solutions.
Mr. Witt, CEO will have the pleasure to hold a lecture on " Sinking ground water levels in the desert and increasing salt concentration - the way to stop it with High Efficient MES-Desalination" in the course of Workshop II (Desalination, Advancement and Imrovement of Efficiency).
WITT SOLAR AG presented its newest technology for the treatment of high saline effluent water from oil production together with the leading oil production company in Kuwait. The Excellencies and senior executive visitors got a complete presentation of the unique technology from our client and our local partner.