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small biz thrives GREATER READING MANUFACTURER OF

Innovative Solar Dishes PARTNERS WITH LOCAL SUPPLIERS & RESOURCES Laura Eppler, Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania

compare favorably with fossil fuels without relying on government subsidies. The solar dish is easy to install, operate, and maintain in a wide variety of applications and terrains, and can be aligned much faster than competing dishes. The product can be used for space or process heating, HVAC, or electricity generation. It will be sold to industrial, institutional, and utility customers.

CEWA Technologies’ new solar dish produces energy at a price “CEWA’s solar dish will dramatically accelthat competes with fossil fuels without government subsidies. erate the use of solar power throughout the

EWA Technologies’ solar dishes have the potential to be a game-changer in cost-effective renewable energy,” said Connie R. Faylor, Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania (BFTP/ NEP) Regional Manager, Greater Reading/ Berks and Schuylkill. “CEWA’s work has engaged partners from throughout the region, and its success will benefit Greater Reading in many ways.”

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United States and the world,” said J. Paul Eisenhuth, Chief Executive Officer of CEWA Technologies. “Our proprietary technology allows solar energy to be cost-competitive with other energy options without government support.”

CEWA Technologies, Inc., Wyomissing, designs and manufactures point concentrator solar dishes. By using existing materials in new ways and employing a unique design, CEWA received four investments from CEWA’s solar collector can provide energy the Ben Franklin Technology Partners of with far greater efficiency than existing solar Northeastern Pennsylvania’s Alternative applications. The solar dish represents a techEnergy Development Program in 2010 nological breakthrough because it provides through 2013, provided by the Pennsylvania thermal or electrical energy at prices that Department of Community and Economic are less than existing technologies, and that

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Commerce Quarterly Fall 2015  

Business and economic development news surrounding the Greater Reading, Pennsylvania region.

Commerce Quarterly Fall 2015  

Business and economic development news surrounding the Greater Reading, Pennsylvania region.

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