"Nuclear energy might be a more efficient method of removing contamination and saltwater because it can do so efficiently and on a large-scale basis without adding to concerns over global warming."
- Ken Silverstein, EnergyBiz Insider
"Nuclear energy seawater desalination has a tremendous potential for the production of freshwater."
- Meenakshi Jain, CDM & Environmental Services and Positive Climate Care, India
"The contribution of seawater and brackish water desalination would play an important role in augmenting the freshwater needs of the country."
- Pradip Tewari, Desalination Division at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai, India
"The development of advanced reactors providing heat for hydrogen production and large amount of waste heat will catalyze the large-scale seawater desalination for economic production of fresh water."
- Dr. B.M. Misra, Co-editor of International Journal of Nuclear Desalination, former head of BARC
AEHI Subsidiary, Green World Water(TM), Invited to Algeria with U.S.-Algeria Business Council
Green World Water One of Just 30 Companies Invited to Participate in U.S.-Algeria Trade Mission
BOISE, IDAHO – May 17, 2011: Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc. (AEHI; www.aehipower.com) announced today that AEHI subsidiary Green World Water(TM) has been invited as one of just 30 companies to travel to Algeria to discuss potential partnerships with high-ranking government officials and international industrialists in Algiers and Oran. The trip is part of the U.S. Algeria Business Council, of which Green World Water has been a member since 2010.
The 30 companies attending the trade mission will include representatives from US companies in the hydraulics, construction and housing, energy, information communication technology, food, transportation, and technology services for defense sectors.
“This is a great opportunity for Green World Water to demonstrate the benefits of implementing its nuclear desalination system, which can create large amounts of clean water and carbon-free power simultaneously. As a young, developing country, Algeria is looking to find responsible methods of addressing issues related to water and power and I believe Green World Water can be a tremendous resource,” said Don Gillispie, AEHI CEO.
Some of the government offices scheduled to meet with Green World Water include the Ministry of Industry and Investment, the Ministry of Water Resources, the Ministry of Housing, and the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Energy & Mines, the Ministry of Post & Telecom, the Ministry of Transportation and the Ministry of Finance.
The trip is scheduled for May 22nd - May 27th, 2011.
Green World Water is also actively pursuing opportunities in India, Nigeria and Bangladesh.
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