From left: Roger Rosche, CEO of Wise Water Tech, Dr. Joachim Koschikowski of Fraunhofer ISE, Andrew Herweg, Director of ExigoSolar, and Martin Rolletschek, CTO of SolarSpring.
From left: Rodrigo Correa, MD of ExigoSolar, Dr. Joachim Koschikowski, Martin Rolletschek, and Andrew Herweg,

Brine Innovation Update


London, September 2016- ExigoSolar is currently working with a few partners on developing solutions around brine to make small scale desalination an option that is both ecologically and economically viable to the communities, businesses and municipalities in need of fresh water. Please get in touch with our MD Rodrigo if you wish to collaborate on what promises to be an exciting development in the area of off grid water. We are particularly interested in hearing from independent Solar PV manufacturers wishing to innovate and diversify their product portfolio.



Meet with us at International Water Summit in Abu Dhabi!

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London, United Kingdom, Jan 4, 2016- Managing Director Rodrigo Correa will be attending this year's International Water Summit (IWS) taking place in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. This will be the second time ExigoSolar has attended the conference which was last attended by the team in 2014. At the confence, Mr. Correa will be engaging key thought leaders and decision makers on how our desalination and purification systems can aid local governements, businesses, NGOs and communities to successfully mitigate water scarcity. 


To arrange a meeting at IWS to learn more how we can help you, contact Mr. Correa at rcorrea@exigosolar.com


ExigoSolar looks to East Africa


London, United Kingdom, July 15, 2015- Africa is dealing with an increasingly lack of safe water accessibility and as a result we've decided to strategically invest to expand our Africa operations. Director Andrew Herweg will re-locate to East Africa. Mr. Herweg will split his time between Kampala, Uganda and Nairobi, Kenya. His objectives include securing local and regional partners to help in the facilitation of local projects and enhance operations in new key regions.


Stay tuned to this space for more updates on our East Africa operations.


Weir Capacity of Nigeria and Trident of Papua New Guinea Join Distribution Network 


London, United Kingdom, March 1, 2015- Our distribution partners are integral part to our organisation and play a key role in bringing innovative water systems to businesses and communities in arid and remote regions. The addition of Weir Capacity and Trident to our distribution network offers us a strategic presence  in Nigeria and west Africa and Papua New Guinea and small island developing states in the Pacific Ocean. The two organisations will be critical partners in business development and relationship building in their respective countries and regions. All of us at ExigoSolar are very excited to welcome both organisations to our network.


Serene Enterprise Alliance re-brands as ExigoSolar


London, United Kingdom, November 30, 2014- After extensive discussions, we've decided to re-brand Serene Enterprise Alliance CIC as ExigoSolar Ltd effective from next year. The re-branding was driven by two circumstances. First, as a limited company, ExigoSolar will have greater operational and business flexibility than its original structure as a social enterprise (CIC), allowing us to better serve our partners and clients. Second, ExigoSolar as a brand resonated more with our shareholders and will enable us to become more effective in our marketing campaigns in the coming year ahead.  

For more information about our rebranding, contact Director Andrew Herweg at aherweg@exigosolar.com


Life on the Road: Serene Enterprise Alliance in Lisbon, Portugal


London, United Kingdom, September 30, 2014- It is imperative for an organisation such as ours to get out and about to meet and collaborate with industry leaders, social enterprises, students, universities and NGOs as we have come to realise the best way we can be successful and offer clients the most affordable and sustainable water solutions is through partnership.


The time our management team spent in Lisbon allowed us to learn the latest trends in water and membrane technologies and as well as generate awareness of the research and development we and our partners are currently undertaking. Over the course of the three days, Serene Enterprise Alliance was able to create the foundation for establishing themselves in the Europe as a driver of change in the water industry.



Serene Enterprise Alliance heads to Portugal for the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition


London, United Kingdom, September 6, 2014- Serene Enterprise Alliance has announced it will be attending the upcoming IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition in Lisbon, Portugal from September 22 - 24, 2014. The event will be attended by Director of Business Development Andrew Herweg and other key members of the Serene Enterprise Alliance team.


The event will draw upwards of 5,000 participants. These individuals and companies represent every aspect of the water cycle, from research to practice. They work in all facets of water, from big-picture issues such as conservation of water resources, through to the science and management
of practicalities such as drinking water, wastewater and stormwater.


Serene Enterprise is looking forward to mixing with leading companies, engineers, academics and other innovative leaders in the water industry. As a disruptive technology company, Serene Enterprise Alliance focuses on remaining on the cutting edge of the latest technology developments in the industry and heading to Lisbon showcases the organisation’s commitment..The team looks forward to sharing with delegates its latest technology news and network with attendees to increase the scope and breathe of Serene Enterprise Alliance.


 

Expanding our Global Network

 

London, United Kingdom, June 1, 2014- Our management team at Serene Enterprise Alliance is constantly looking at ways to expand our organisation in order to continue to be a disruptive technology company and increase our work around the world. We have been successful doing this because of our dedication to networking with like-minded organisations.

 

After originally meeting with the head of the Kay Ann Group, Khungeka Njobe at the World Water Tech Investment Summit in London in March and learning more about their work in South Africa, Serene Enterprise Alliance realised the enormous resources the Kay Ann Group has to offer through collaboration and the need South Africa and the rest of southern Africa have for innovative water solutions. Serene Enterprise Alliance is excited to be working with the Kay Ann Group and looking forward to sharing the news of the success of our partnership in the coming weeks and months ahead.



Serene Enterprise Alliance Invited to Parliament


London, United Kingdom, April 1, 2014- Serene Enterprise Alliance at the end of March was invited to attend a Parliamentary Reception at the House of Commons with the Environmental Sustainability Knowledge Transfer Network. 


The event was intended to allow senior colleagues in businesses, universities and other organisations informally to exchange ideas about the future development of environmental technologies.


During the reception, Serene Enterprise Alliance was able to engage political leaders as Mr Barry Sheerman MP and other innovative business leaders from across the UK all working in coordination to help the United Kingdom combat climate change all around the world.



Innovative Water Start-Up Makes In-roads via Local Conferences


​Strengthen ties with one of its leading partners


London, United Kingdom, March 15, 2014- We’ve been very busy over the last two weeks attending Eco-build 2014 and World Water Tech Investment Summit in our native London. Also prior to the conferences we flew out to Germany to visit with one of our key partners: SolarSpring to learn more about their technology, needs and strengthen our ties. Serene Enterprise Alliance focuses on being pro-active and these past two weeks is just an example. 


Eco-build 2014 and World Water Tech Investment Summit were fantastic opportunities for Serene Enterprise Alliance to meet with thought leaders, prospective clients and business partners. During both conferences we were able to engage leading businesses and governments on how our 100% solar powered desalination and recycled water solutions can meet their water needs. We felt after both conferences we were able to cultivate a number of opportunities but also learn more which will only help improve our young company. 


Our management team prior to both conferences visited Freiburg, Germany to meet with SolarSpring to enhance our working relationship. Over the two day visit, Serene Enterprise Alliance was able to get a better understanding of SolarSpring, their work and how we could assist them in becoming a market leader. This coming summer we are looking forward to heading back out on the road to continue to generate awareness of our work and more importantly help communities and businesses at the frontlines of climate change combat water shortages.



UK social enterprise to unveil the latest game changers in solar desalination


Serene Enterprise Alliance to showcase ExigoSolar at the premier water event in the Middle East

 

London, United Kingdom, January 11, 2014: Serene Enterprise Alliance, an innovative provider of solar desalination technology and water management solutions is to exhibit at the International Water Summit in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates from January 20-22, 2014.


​The International Water Summit (IWS) is a unique global platform for promoting water sustainability in arid regions and will take place this year at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. IWS brings together world leaders, field experts, leading academics and business leaders to accelerate the development of new sustainable water strategies and technologies in the UAE and across the Middle East.


​Serene Enterprise Alliance (SEA) will be taking its first step as a novel British enterprise in showcasing its solar desalination solutions and technical expertise in the Middle East. Through SEA’s ExigoSolar and SereneSolar long-term and sustainable solutions, Serene Enterprise Alliance can provide up to 50,000 litres a day of fresh drinking water to arid and off-grid communities. Alongside SEA, its South-east Asian and European partners will showcase the latest in large-scale and nano-tech solar desalination solutions.


​‘The International Water Summit is a fantastic platform to showcase Serene Enterprise Alliance in a key market as well as interact with leading world and business leaders on water solutions,’ said Andrew Herweg Director of Business Development at Serene Enterprise Alliance. ‘As we are a partnership led organisation being able to share our experiences with our European and South-east Asian partners will be a great opportunity for everyone.’


​Herweg continued ‘IWS is an important event in the history of Serene Enterprise Alliance as we are bringing forward our market tested products and services to the Middle East for the first time and are looking forward to sharing the excitement with all the attendees at the conference.’



UK Social Enterprise Makes Inroads in the Middle East, Announces Alliances


Serene Enterprise Alliance impressed delegates with its long-term and affordable solar solutions

 

London, United Kingdom, January 27, 2014: Serene Enterprise Alliance (SEA), an innovative provider of solar desalination technology and water management solutions alongside its partners SolarSpring and Wisewater Tech met with political leaders, recycled water and solar desalination experts and emerging companies from around the world during the International Water Summit (IWS) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.


Over the course of the three day conference, SEA met with the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills for the United Kingdom, the Rt. Hon. Dr. Vince Cable to discuss its work with the world renowned Fraunhofer Institute and with Abu Dhabi water and power authorities about the advantages of 100% solar driven small scale and nano solutions and SEA’s support of local responsible water-use programmes. In addition, delegates from across Africa, India and the rest of the Middle East stopped by SEA’s booth to see how SEA could help their companies utilise solar power as well as learn about SEA’s smart agriculture offerings for farmers.​


​Prior to the conference, SEA officially announced its working relationships with Fraunhofer Institute spinoff SolarSpring and emerging Singaporean start-up Wisewater Tech. In addition, SEA unveiled its first of many academic papers on innovation in solar desalination.


‘IWS provided a fantastic foundation for Serene Enterprise Alliance to break into the Middle East and pivot towards the East Asian and African regions’ said, Andrew Herweg, Director of Serene Enterprise Alliance. ‘The interest in our offerings of long-term and affordable solar driven solutions really helped us stand out compared to others at IWS and kept us busy.’​


​​Herweg continued ‘During the Summit we also showcased our newest additions to the alliance as well as positioned Serene Enterprise Alliance as a facilitator of innovative academic thought on solar desalination.’

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