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  • Bergamo Acquisition Corp. (BGMO) Solar Pumping System Does Heavy Lifting 0 comments
    Mar 15, 2013 10:41 AM | about stocks: BGMO

    It wasn't that many years ago when solar power was hard to consider as a serious mainstream energy source, with what were then low-efficiency solar collectors and crude support technologies. Today, even though continuing technological breakthroughs and large scale installations have turned that impression around, there is still a sense that small remotely based solar PV systems are only good for powering low-consumption electronics, and that such systems are not yet ready to do any "heavy lifting."

    Bergamo Energy, a Florida-based subsidiary of international holding company Bergamo Acquisition Corp., is a good example of how remotely stationed solar capabilities have grown over the years, and how even small installations can now perform heavy duty chores. The company is advancing a rugged solar powered water pumping system that can be used to power the pumping and processing of large volumes of water for communities in remote off-the-grid areas of both developing and industrialized nations. Using powerful PV arrays, together with a proprietary electrical inverter and high-efficiency pumping technology, Bergamo can provide critical water supplies from lakes, rivers, or wells.

    Below are some specifications that give an idea of what the different size Bergamo systems can do when pulling water from typical underground wells.

    • 200 foot deep well:

    8,000 liters per hour, up to 180,000 liters per hour

    • 300 foot deep well:

    4,500 liters per hour, up to 180,000 liters per hour

    • 600 foot deep well:

    1,600 liters per hour, up to 160,000 liters per hour

    For additional information, visit BergamoCorp.com

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    Stocks: BGMO
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