MOROCCO Project

We are happy that the hardware was delivered. The solar energy will be used asap at the school in Morocco, to preheat…

Publiée par Engineers Without Borders Luxembourg sur Lundi 24 septembre 2018

Finally the solar system is installed in Morocco

Publiée par Engineers Without Borders Luxembourg sur Vendredi 5 octobre 2018

The waste heat recovery with copper pipes around the exhaust gas pipes and chimneys is also under construction. The heat from the warm pipes is used to preheat the bathing water.

Publiée par Engineers Without Borders Luxembourg sur Vendredi 5 octobre 2018

The greenhouse for the aquaponics project is getting filled with hardware, so that soon the real project can start. Sustainable fish and vegetable production in one building.

Publiée par Engineers Without Borders Luxembourg sur Vendredi 5 octobre 2018

Mateneen – New Europeans project 1st workshop

The follow up meeting for the manteneen EWB project takes place this Wednesday 7th of December at 5PM in the room E012…

Posted by Engineers Without Borders Luxembourg on Monday, December 5, 2016

 

Slides: 2016-12-07 – Manteneenmeeting EWB Luxembourg

Mateneen – New Europeans project Kickoff meeting

The kick off meeting on the 23rd of November went well. We had an overwhelming participation from the new European side….

Posted by Engineers Without Borders Luxembourg on Monday, December 5, 2016

 

Slides: 2016-11-23 – Manteneen Kick off meeting EWB Luxembourg

Our beloved sister Angelina passed away

Dear friends, I learnt recently that our project partner, the loved sister Angelina passed away. During our…

Posted by Engineers Without Borders Luxembourg on Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Solar thermal system was successfully installed in Peddakorukondi

The solar thermal system was successfully installed in Peddakorukondi to supply the hospital with warm water….

Posted by Engineers Without Borders Luxembourg on Wednesday, November 16, 2016