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Solar pump sustainability: Don’t ‘wine’ about it!

04 December 2023

In arid countries, such as Spain and Turkey, Control Techniques’ solar pump solutions have enabled areas with either no or limited grid power supplies to benefit from flow control applications.

The aim of Control Techniques’ solar pump solutions is to provide essential water supplies that are environmentally friendly, while minimising energy costs. These solutions are not limited only to hot countries: the need for a water supply without grid electricity can benefit businesses all over the world.

Txakoli Bikandi is a small wine producer in Durango, Northern Spain. As a family-run business, it has been producing wine for more than 50 years. The company prides itself on the quality of its products. To ensure continued success and to enhance its reputation in the production of top-quality products, it is committed to making continuous automation improvements at its vineyard, covering more than 30,000m².

The challenge
Txakoli Bikandi needed a solution to enable it to take advantage of natural underground water in an area where no electricity source was available.

Read the full article in DPA's December issue

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