Dominovas Energy Corp (OTCMKTS:DNRG) has provided an update of its follow-up visit to the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. The company is in the process of installing its RUBICON clean energy solution based on fuel cell technology at the University.
Bringing the innovative RUBICON renewable energy solution to South Africa should pave the way for Dominovas Energy Corp (OTCMKTS:DNRG) tap into sub-Sahara Africa’s energy market.
What transpired in the follow-up?
Dominovas’ CEO Neal Allen led the delegation that made the second site visit to South Africa’s University of Johannesburg. The aim of the follow-up visit was to take specific measurements for the exact site where RUBICON will sit at the University. The team took the opportunity during the second site visit to inspect existing infrastructure at the University be sure of what can be useful for the showcase installation of RUBICON and what inventories will be required.
In taking the measurement of the proposed site for the showcase installation of RUBICON, the Dominovas delegation ensured that proper spacing is done for the installation of the clean energy system. Being taking into consideration in the follow-up visit was requisite support infrastructure for RUBICON.
Dominovas Energy Corp (OTCMKTS:DNRG) is trying to put this in order for the 2017 showcase of RUBICON in South Africa. Unlike other alternative energy sources such as solar and wind, RUBICON guarantees power supply 27/7/365 days a year. That means that besides being environmentally friendly, RUBICON power can solve energy crisis in Africa and help power the continent’s economic growth.
Dominovas says it is committed to taking RUBICON to more countries in the world. The company seems to be feeling fired up by the signing of the Paris climate agreement that saw nations pledge to increase their renewable energy capacity.
Besides giving University of Johannesburg a taste of RUBICON, Dominovas Energy Corp (OTCMKTS:DNRG) and the University are working toward an institute that will focus on teaching hydrogen fuel cell technology. That should help advance knowledge of fuel cell technology, which is deemed crucial in fueling its adoption in more regions in Africa and beyond.
Iddriven Inc (OTCMKTS:IDDR) Signs Channel Partner With Close To $70 Million In Revenue
Iddriven Inc (OTCMKTS:IDDR)’s partner network continues to expand as the company recently announced the signing of a new partner in Belgium. Tobania is a leading Belgian enterprise tech consultant whose clients include a number of Fortune 500 companies. For the current year, Tobania sees its annual sales coming in the vicinity of $70 million.
Iddriven Inc (OTCMKTS:IDDR) did not say that Tobania will help it pursue specific clients in Europe, but it hint that the deal marks a milestone in its efforts to expand its footprint domestically and internationally.
Prior to signing Tobania, Iddriven had announced an international partnership with German enterprise consulting firm PATECCO. Therefore, with the signing of Tobania, IDDR said it had brought on board four high quality partners in a just a matter of a few weeks.
Domestically, Iddriven’s partners include Zeya, Inc. and Oxford Computer Group, for the east coast and west coast respectively.
Iddriven Inc (OTCMKTS:IDDR) maintains a European regional office in Netherlands, which it says positions it well to take advantage of the European Union market given that Netherlands is the heart of the EU.
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