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The Aldelano Solar ColdBox: Effects of a Cloudy Day

By |October 14th, 2016|

Ways that Sky Conditions Affect the Solar ColdBox™
The Aldelano Solar ColdBox™ is an innovative portable cold storage unit that is powered by the sun and can provide clean, reliable water as well as refrigerated food items. The ColdBox™ is versatile and can be useful for many different types of situations, people, or companies, including natural […]

Aldelano Opening New Facility in Jackson

By |October 8th, 2016|

New Aldelano Facility Opening in Madison County to Test and Create Solar Powered Products
We are proud to announce that Aldelano is opening a new manufacturing facility in Jackson, Tennessee. This new facility will be dedicated to the production and testing of our solar powered items. It was official when Nicole Smith (Aldelano COO), along with […]

Standard Refrigeration vs. Solar Refrigeration

By |September 27th, 2016|

How does solar refrigeration differ from standard refrigeration?
Here at Aldelano, we spent a great deal of time manufacturing and creating the solar refrigeration technology to make our Solar ColdBox work. So naturally, we are well aware of the differences between solar refrigeration and standard refrigeration, as well as the many benefits and uses that come […]

4 Ways Access to a Fresh Water Generator Transforms Lives

By |September 23rd, 2016|

Access to a fresh water generator gives people much more than just pure, drinkable water.
Did you know according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 780 million people worldwide do not have access to consistently clean, drinkable water? To those of us who have never gone without it, fresh water is a commodity we […]

How to Buy a Solar ColdBox

By |September 14th, 2016|

Interested in having a Solar ColdBox of your own? Here’s how to buy one.
Aldelano is incredibly proud to be able to offer our state-of-the-art Solar ColdBox to those who need it most. We work with clients of all shapes and sizes who are interested in putting our technology to use in a variety of situations. […]

The High Cost of Food Waste and the Cold Storage Solution

By |September 8th, 2016|

Food waste is a worldwide problem. Here’s how cold storage can help.
According to the Natural Resources Management and Environment Department of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, “the world can produce enough food to provide every person with more than 2,700 calories per day. Yet more than 800 million people in the […]

Aldelano History Lesson: Developments in Solar Power

By |August 29th, 2016|

Join Aldelano for the developments in solar power
If you asked almost anyone when solar power was invented, most people would assume some time in the recent past. The 90s, the late 80s, maybe as far back as the 70s, but anything before that seems unlikely. There is something undeniably modern about the idea of solar […]

Aldelano History Lesson: Aqueducts to Water Generators

By |August 22nd, 2016|

From the aqueduct to the fresh water generator
For most of us living in the U.S., easy access to clean water isn’t something we need to worry about. Though there are some regions that are often struck with drought or pollution that restricts or contaminates drinking water, the majority of us don’t think twice about where […]

Aldelano History Lesson: A Brief Look at Cold Storage

By |August 15th, 2016|

A brief history of cold storage and refrigeration
What would you do without your refrigerator? What would happen to all the food you store there? Granted, it might finally get you to dig in and throw out the containers full of forgotten leftovers that have started to turn strange colors, but what about all that stuff […]

Be Prepared for Unexpected Off-Grid Self-Reliance

By |August 8th, 2016|

Life Off-Grid When You Least Expect It
For the majority of people who live off-grid in the U.S., there is an element of choice to their circumstances. They might have chosen to be self-reliant, to avoid the hassle of dealing with power companies. They may have moved to an area where they know services are scarce, […]