Duke Solar Partners with Japanese Company

Duke Solar Energy, LLC and TopEcology (K.K. and International) will jointly design, build and distribute advanced solar-thermal desalination and water purification systems.

Raleigh, North Carolina and Kyoto, Japan – March 20, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Initially, the two companies plan to integrate TopEcology’s revolutionary Aqua Kids desalination technology and water purification technology with Duke Solar’s highly efficient solar thermal technologies. “We are very excited about this collaboration,” said Kris Fukuda, president of TopEcology International. “Duke Solar’s technology will provide us with reliable and renewable heat and power allowing our desalination and clean water technologies to be installed anywhere fresh, safe water is needed.” John Myles, president and CEO of Duke Solar Energy, said the new venture will help assure the supply of sustainable energy and clean water – two critically important global resources. “We are pleased to be associated with TopEcology and this effort to bring ecologically friendly technologies and much needed clean water and safe power to many regions of the globe,” Myles said. “This collaboration will mean improved living standards while reducing ecological impact. This is very exciting news.”
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