Our Philosophy

The sun is an inexhaustible source of energy

In the deep of winter even when it is overcast there is a considerable amount of solar irradiation falling on every square meter of soil which we can make maximum use of thanks to todays technology. Photovoltaics is a secure and highly returnable energy source.

Solar energy is an excellent alternative to fossil fuels such as coal or crude oil because production of electric power is in contrary to them zero-emission. Thanks to utilization of solar energy we thus prevent further pollution to the living environment. 

Id put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we dont have to wait till oil and coal run out before we tackle that.

Thomas Alva Edison

By using renewable resources we approach our future ecologically and responsibly

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Renewable resources of energy have the ability to completely or partially renew themselves. Unlike the non-renewable resources of energy such as for example fossil fuels of which burning in addition contributes to the global warming. They are a result of natural geophysical and space energy flux and are controlled by processes which are not dependent on a human being or geological history of our planet. The origin of most of them is in the processes which take place in the Sun core, others are related to geophysical processes on Earth.

There are wind energy, water energy, geothermal energy and biomass energy that belong to renewable resources apart from the solar radiation energy. Renewable resources are available practically permanently. From the view of contemporary civilisation demands (as opposed to the traditional fossil fuels) renewable resources are then inexhaustible. In the transformation process from the primary energy to the exploitable forms these sources have minimum impact on the living environment.

The Solek Group, apart from photovoltaic projects, sees an interesting potential in other perspective segments such as biogas/waste gas, biomass, and energy waste recovery.