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FREECOLD will participate in the European Renewable Energy Forum Energaïa in Montpellier on 8 and 9 December 2021 on the Derbi Pavilion! Let’s meet on our stand B2 – C04 to present you our latest innovation, the 100% solar refrigerated milk mini-tank, and all our solar cooling solutions, from refrigerators and freezers to solar cold […]
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First official release of our latest innovation during the Sommet de l’Elevage in Clermont-Ferrand: the mini milk and liquid tank 100% solar with a capacity of 50L. Among the many meetings during this event, Sudan was represented by its Minister of Livestock and its Ambassador in France, who honored us by visiting our stand to […]
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Roll-up MTR
Come and visit us in Rennes in hall 11 stand A18 and in Clermont-Ferrand, either outside at aisle 7 stand 0719 or inside in hall 2 stand B10. We will present a preview of the 50 litre mini refrigerated tank, 100% direct solar, 100% autonomous without batteries, especially for small producers of milk, juice or […]
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Freecold participated on April 8 in Rencontres Africa, the most important business convention between French executives and African business leaders, on the theme of energy in Africa. Freecold was selected to speak in the workshop “cold and agriculture”. We presented the solar cold room to hundreds of participants and in particular to all the African […]
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Freecold participated on April 8 in the National Forum of Green-tech Companies, the annual meeting of the business and innovation community of the cleantech sector. Freecold was selected for the “innovation showcases” in the “renewable energies and energy efficiency” category, to pitch and present its innovation: the “all in 1” mobile solar refrigeration container. Hundreds […]
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The FrigoMobile drives the Maroua market in the far north of Cameroon. Its photovoltaic panel simultaneously powers the sound system placed in the trunk and under the green parasol. When the FrigoMobile also becomes DiscoMobile! Our distributor SOCACEC IES spread out throughout Cameroon and Chad from Maroua, a university town of more than 1 million […]
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