Kimba’s Fields of Gold

Kimba is a small town with big ideas. Lying near the south coast it marks the half-way point between Australia’s East and West. It’s a modest wheat growing region with around 600 inhabitants. That’s until now. If you visit Kimba today you’ll find it hosts an art installation on a phenomenal scale.  …Fifteen hundred square metres  to be exact.Continue reading

Getting warmer at Mount Everest

Don’t worry, Mount Everest isn’t melting – but a small part of its northern base camp has certainly got warmer.

Thanks to New Enerday GmbH and one of their Powerbox systems, mountaineers can now warm themselves after their exertions in a Physiotherm infrared cabin. Apparently such cabins can “improve circulation, blood flow to organs, muscles, connective tissue and the skin”, thereby stimulating the climber’s metabolism.

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Intersolar Europe 2018 – new products

Next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday it’s Intersolar Europe 2018. As ever Victron Energy are exhibiting and besides their comprehensive product range there will also be the launch of a number of new products. Hopefully you can make it along to booth B2.480 to discover more.

This world leading exhibition for the solar industry and its partners is at the Messe München exhibition centre in Munich, Germany from June 20-22, 2018. Since being founded 27 years ago, Intersolar has become the most important industry platform for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers and partners of the solar industry.Continue reading