Water

Life

Mobi­li­ty by the seat of pants

Speed is their moti­va­ti­on, decep­ti­on their métier and water their means of trans­port – when the­se Swiss tin­ke­rers get into…

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Infrastructure

Crui­sing under flood­light

The sea rou­te from the North Sea to Ghent in Bel­gi­um is 32 kilo­me­ters long, 200 meters wide and illu­mi­na­ted…

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Infrastructure

Fit­ness for the water pipe­line

Water is a food­s­tuff. When it comes out of the tap, it’s even very inex­pen­si­ve, as it costs an average…

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Smart Home

Noble drops from the bean

When it comes to refi­ning water, many think of hops, malt or distil­le­ries. Howe­ver, if you want to shar­pen your…

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Infrastructure

24/7 under pres­su­re

1,500 cubickilo­me­ters (!) of was­te­wa­ter are pro­du­ced world­wi­de every year. An enor­mous amount that, if not trea­ted appro­pria­te­ly, will jeo­par­di­ze…

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Infrastructure

Pres­su­re makers in view

Would you have known? 20 to 25 per­cent of the elec­tri­ci­ty gene­ra­ted world­wi­de is con­su­med by pumps. And 85 per­cent…

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Renewables

Solar on wet feet

When it gets too nar­row for the solar power plants on land, they go out on the water. At least…

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Smart People

The torment of choice

He has been with Phoe­nix Con­tact sin­ce 2008, and Frank Pos­sel-Döl­ken has been a mem­ber of the manage­ment board sin­ce…

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