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Vortex Power Station
A Vortex Power Station Capable of Converting low grade waste heat into clean electricity by generating and harnessing the power of an atmospheric vortex
Where is Vortex Power Systems's headquarters?
Vortex Power Systems's headquarters is located at 55 Shortland Street, Auckland.
What is Vortex Power Systems's latest funding round?
Vortex Power Systems's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of Vortex Power Systems?
Investors of Vortex Power Systems include Pacific Channel.
Who are Vortex Power Systems's competitors?
Competitors of Vortex Power Systems include Climeon and 2 more.
What products does Vortex Power Systems offer?
Vortex Power Systems's products include Vortex Power Station.
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