In collaboration with "SHABIAT AL-MARGIB - ALMARGIB Province" in an area called "Al-GARAPOLI", ITC
has successfully finished the first agricultural
trial/project of its kind in Libya. “Hundz Soil” has been
developed to convert sandy and salty soil into an
agricultural producing land.
“Hundz Soil” works by reducing the usage of water by
up to 60%.
ITC Group was awarded (4) acres of land to conduct the
first trial of its kind in Libya. Following the trial success,
ITC Group LLC is currently negotiating with
governmental and private entities in Libya the use of
"Hundz Soil" and other products to cultivate land to
grow wheat, corn, olives, malt and other agricultural
produce in a wider scale.
Also negotiations are under way for the introduction of
“Hundz soil” into the United Arab Emirates and the Gulf
ITC in collaboration with “Makin Production”, an
Egyptian TV movie and media production company, is
helping through a media and advertising campaign the
introduction of the National Security Number program
in Libya. The advertising campaign is currently running
using a highly sophisticated form of design and
production and “3D Animation TV advertising” to raise
the public's awareness and to educate the public about
the benefit of such a program.
Renovating /modernization projects in health care
facilities in Tripoli and Bengazi
Development of a health insurance product for Libya.
Establishment of telecommunication between Libya
medical school and healthcare facilities and their US counterparts.
FIND OUT WHEN YOUR SOLAR PANELS WILL START MAKING MONEY
The sun is an intense powerhouse, outputting in the region of 10
decillion (that's a 1 followed by 34 zeroes) joules of energy per year.
That's a lot. The whole planet is bathed in this wash of energy, and it is
one of the things that makes this such a pleasant place to live. It drives
the weather, heating the atmosphere and making life possible. So,
wouldn't it be useful to be able to convert some of this energy into a
form that we could use? That's what plants do through photosynthesis, using light to combine
carbon from the atmosphere into sugars that they metabolize to grow.
And the solar panels that you see on an increasing number of roofs do
something similar, converting light into electricity. They can do this
because of something called the photovoltaic effect, which converts
solar energy into electrical energy.