The 70 MW solar tower
Wednesday, 08 June 2011 16:43
Yuraku signed the contract for the development of the Solar Tower TST in the presence of the Responsible for Europe of the "Ministry of Foreign Trade of China". The project, which received appreciation and interest by the President of the Region Puglia Nicky Vendola, is based on the flows of wind caused by pressure difference and induced by hot air and will produce like a 70 MW wind power plant.
Interview at Solarexpo 2011
Tuesday, 10 May 2011 00:00
Commercio Elettrico (commercioelettrico.tv), an italian news network for installers, asks us a brief interview with Maurizio Previti during the fair of Verona Solarexpo 2011. The clip lasts 1:52 seconds. and shows a quick overview of our products as well as images of the fair. I'm sorry, it's in Italian. Enjoy!
FV fotovoltaici talks with Yuraku
Friday, 04 February 2011 10:45
The most important magazine of the industry talk about us on the issue of January 2011. In an interview we explain our strengths and how we reached our goals, about future plans in the short and medium term.
Read the article here (in Italian)
Yuraku and Sinosolar signed for 40 MW
Monday, 17 January 2011 00:00
Sinosolar, one of the most innovative companies for renewable energy in the People's Republic of China, and the group Yuraku have signed a collaboration agreement for the construction of projects to be carried around the world.
The reference design, the solar tower TST, represents an innovative step forward in the search for new methodologies for the production of energy from renewable sources. The tower TST is able to generate power at night, taking advantage of the differential in temperature and air pressure. The entire system produces no pollution and is independent from climatic conditions.
The cooperation contract was signed by Claudio Bencivengo, founder of Yuraku Pte Ltd, together with Dr. Xin But President of Sinosolar. This event was also attended by Vice-minister of Commerce of China and Germany.
Happy New Year!
Saturday, 01 January 2011 12:58
Yuraku resume full operation on January 10, 2011. We take this opportunity to extend our best wishes for a happy 2011 to all our customers and suppliers.