Brilliant Biomass Stoves And Sleek Solar Heaters At Project Lebanon 2011

cleantech, egypt, middle east, lebanon project 2011, lebanon sustainability weekWho says the Middle East can’t be sustainable? Project Lebanon has it all: minced biofuels, wind turbines, outdoor solar lights and more.

All kinds of cool cleantech innovations geared specifically towards the Middle East and Egypt will be on display at Project Lebanon 2011. Today is the opening day of the International Construction and Environmental Technology Trade Exhibition in Beirut. Considered among the key sales and business platforms for people interested in the latest developments in building materials, construction, equipment, and environmental technology, the 16th annual event gets off to a roaring start with biomass boilers, outdoor solar lights,  and a variety of other innovative products.

Lebanon-based Phoenix energy is among the numerous businesses showcasing their latest clean technologies such as the sleek Solior FL 150 solar thermal water heater which can be installed on flat, slanted, or tiled roofs. Project Lebanon takes place in tandem with Energy Lebanon and Lebanon Sustainability Week, which officially kicks off tomorrow. The show will run from today, May 31 2011 through June 3 between 3pm and 10pm at the Beirut International Exhibition & Leisure Center in Beirut’s Central District. Visit for more information.

More sustainability news from Lebanon:

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