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GR2L Exhibits Argonø at EU PVSEC Frankfurt

EU PVSEC Frankfurt Hall 3.0 Stand G17c GR2L will exhibit its unique argon recovery and recycle system at the up coming 27th Eurpoean Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition to be held in the Frankfurt Messe…
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Recycle of Argon for Solar PV – Sitewide vs POU

With a potential return on investment of typically 2-3 years, Ar recycle presents a real opportunity for solar PV wafer manufacturers to significantly reduce their costs with point-of-use systems. This Gases and Instrumentation article details differences…
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GR2L Launches Argonø at EU PVSEC Hamburg

GR2L will launch its unique argon recovery and recycle system at the up coming 26th Eurpoean Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition to be held in the Hamburg CCH Congress Centre and International Fair from September…
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GR2L forms alliance with Microgas Systems

GR2L and Microgas Systems, a leading high purity gas panel and installation company, form an alliance to accelerate the introduction of GR2L’s unique ArgonØ furnace gas recovery and recycle system. “We are very excited to work…
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GR2L Exhibits at PV Japan 2010

GR2L introduced its innovative argon recovery system at the Japan PV Expo in conjunction with Ferrotec a leading supplier of CZ vacuum furnaces. “We had a very positive responce to the argon recycle system introduction” said…
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GR2L secure investment from Finance South East

GR2L secures investment to move to system commercialisation 
GR2L is delighted to announce that it has secured investment from Finance South East in order to complete system design and move to commercialise its unique gas recovery…
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Cambridge University grants Knowledge Transfer Award

GR2L has received a Knowledge Transfer Award from the University of Cambridge, UK, to productise materials developed within the Chemical Engineering Department for combustion processes. “The addition of a full time post doctoral research assistant to…
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