Technologies & References


Industrial Solar and SolarSpring have created pioneer technologies that have been implemented worldwide and helped reduce CO₂ emissions and water usage immensely.


Industrial Solar’s Fresnel Collector

Industrial Solar’s flagship product is the Fresnel collector – a unique technology for industrial applications. This concentrating solar thermal collector can provide heat up to 400°C and produce steam. It can also be combined with absorption chillers to utilize excess heat for cooling purposes. Industrial Solar is the world’s first company to commercially offer solar steam for both heating and cooling. The Fresnel collector is an optimal technology for consistently sunny regions with an increasing demand for industrial energy.


In 2017, Industrial Solar helped JTI to become the first factory in the world to combine renewable process heating and cooling for industrial use. JTI and Industrial Solar signed an agreement to advance the unprecedented task of building a commercial Fresnel collector for solar steam generation for process heat, coupled with an absorption chiller for cooling to meet the energy requirements of JTI’s Jordan facility.

RAM Pharma

We provided RAM Pharma in Sahab, Jordan, with a system solution to generate steam for process heating using solar energy. Process heat is the primary form of energy used in industrial processes. Thus, we opted for concentrating solar collectors to provide heat at the supply level in the factory steam network because Jordan has a high level of direct solar irradiation. So, a Fresnel collector was installed on the company’s warehouse roof as a process heat and steam generation solution.


SolarSpring’s Membrane Distillation

Membrane distillation is a cutting-edge method of water treatment, a technology that can recover up to 95% of the process water and minimize the wastewater volume. A water-repellent membrane is used in the membrane distillation system to separate the hot and cold feed streams. In addition, valuable by-products from the waste stream can be recovered and recycled. One of the distinctive features of this technology developed by SolarSpring is that it can be thermally driven using waste heat or be combined with other heat sources such as solar thermal collectors.


The ReWaCEM (Resource recovery from liquid waste streams with cutting-edge membrane technologies) approach offers a promising solution to the problem of wastewater disposal in the metal surface treatment industry and aims at creating a circular economy by recovery of resources. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under a grant agreement.

Africa Solaire​

Africa Solaire is an official distributor of SolarSpring GmbH since 2019. Meanwhile, SolarSpring has already shipped four water treatment systems to Congo by sea freight and installed them on site: These mobile and compact water treatment plants for up to 2,500 (5,000) litres of drinking water per day are suitable for the treatment of contaminated surface water from wells, rivers and lakes. After treatment, the water quality achieved is up to 99.999% free of bacteria and viruses.

These projects have contributed to the growth of sustainable industries and helped to create a more sustainable world. Investing in sustainable solutions can positively impact the world while generating long-term value for our shareholders. We invite you to join us on this journey toward a cleaner, more sustainable future.