Gamesa, the Spanish owned recipient of $23 million dollars from Obama’s failed Stimulus program, is helping to fund the donation of solar-powered water purifiers to Japan.
Gamesa is currently hard at work perfecting first-century windmill technology in Falls Township.
Hey, Barack. Slide me a couple mill from your slush fund. I promise I’ll use some of it in a benevolent way, although I’ll later deduct it as a charitable donation on my taxes. Nothing better than good PR on OPM, baby.
Gamesa is working with Princeton-based WorldWater and Solar Technologies to send the water purifiers to the Land of the Rising Sun and Melting Reactor.
WorldWater manufacturers the Mobile MaxPure systems. Gamesa, a wind turbine manufacturer with operations in Falls Township and Middletown, will help cover the costs of the donation, said WorldWater CEO Quentin Kelly.
The purification systems will run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on solar-charged battery packs. One unit will screen radiation, desalinate and purify up to 3,000 gallons of seawater a day. The other will pump and purify 30,000 gallons of biologically polluted freshwater daily. The systems also can be used to generate electricity for lights, tools and other needs.
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