ILAND green technologies SA Power Growth of EOCA

Release date: 07 December 2011

The European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA) is delighted to welcome ILAND green technologies SA, the leading Swiss company in the market of portable solar generators, as its latest member, growing the number of members of the association to 71.
 
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Catherine Savidge, Joint General Manager of EOCA said “We are delighted to welcome ILAND green technologies as a new member of EOCA, particularly as they produce an environmental product for use in the great outdoors. Each new member brings us closer to our target of having raised our first €1million for conservation. We look forward to working with Iland and achieving this target together”.

Daniele Oppizzi, CEO of ILAND green technologies added, “We are delighted to have joined EOCA and to be supporting conservation together with a group of similiarly minded, forward thinking companies in the outdoor industry. This is very much in line with the ethos of our business, and we look forward to helping support conservation efforts worldwide”.



 


ILAND green technologies SA is a leading Swiss company in the market of portable solar generators. These electricity generation kits are housed in portable compact tubes. The device can be set up in few seconds and is immediately ready for use. They are capable of running a water pump, or simultaneously charging a computer, cell-phone and GPS, or any other electronic device. They are appropriate for a number of applications such as energy, safety and survival in the great outdoors.

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