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The fight against climate change

Rackam produces it’s first measured GWh of heat !

Although the cumulated heat production of Rackam is likely to be much higher, Rackam has measured its first produced gigawatt hour (GWh)  during on November 11th, 2021.  The measurement comes from installations from which Rackam collects real time production data.  They are located at Cascades (Kingsey Falls, Canada), the University of Sherbrooke (Sherbrooke, Canada), a […]

What's happening at Rackam

Publication from CanadExport Bulletin: “Quebec cleantech company keeping an eye on Europe”

Great article in CanadExport Bulletin of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service on Rackam’s efforts in Europe, especially in Spain. The article underlines Rackam Team’s strengths: the passion of Rackam’s employees, the capacity to innovate and to address unexpected challenges such as the ones related to COVID-19. Here is the link to the full article: https://www.tradecommissioner.gc.ca/canadexport/0004934.aspx?lang=eng&_ga=2.27252990.2110695466.1600965890-970821757.1567017530

What's happening at Rackam

How can the costs of industrial pasteurization be reduced using solar energy?

Apart from heat pumps and other techniques used for recovering energy from existing heat sources in a factory, the parabolic solar concentrator provides two advantages: 1. Reducing the consumption of fossil fuels for process heat generation2. Lower cooling costs by reducing the heat input to the roof with the installation of solar collectors that absorb […]

Solar desalination

The market for desalination and the different technical solutions available

Desalination file, Article 2/3 As discussed in the previous article “Solar desalination, a solution to a growing global problem”, desalination seems to be the most appropriate technical way to solve the global freshwater shortage. First of all, it would provide another supply source, especially in countries close to the ocean that experience substantial hydric stress. […]