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Carbon neutrality of the seas by 2050
04/08/2021 9:36:23
The European Commission considers green hydrogen central to meeting its commitment to achieve a carbon neutral and circular economy by 2050. To achieve this, Europe wants to accelerate the use of hydrogen-based technologies that will allow it to decarbonise economic sectors and store energy to cover demand when there is no renewable generation. Likewise, Spain has also recently proposed a roadmap aligned with the European strategy and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, to contribute to leading the promotion of hydrogen as the energy model of the future.

The International Media show interest in our technology to fight Covid-19
08/03/2021 11:00:07

The Equatorial Guinean magazine InfoMarket remarks the landing of Goodwinds Marine Services in Equatorial Guinea. Thus, the publication, specialized in Economy and finances, highlights the arrival in the African country of our innovative DuctFIT ® Technology capable of providing safe enclosed spaces, free from the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes Covid-19, among many other viruses and bacteria.

Technology to eliminate covid-19 from enclosed spaces including surfaces
08/03/2021 10:03:52

Infitec del Norte y Goodwinds Marine Work together to announce a technology created to fight this virus from enclosed spaces:

We guarantee the elimination of 99.99% of bacteria, mites and viruses such as SARS-CoV2, which causes Covid-19.
Open your business safely.
Certified technology capable of eradicating the presence of pathogens in your enclosed spaces.

100% compatible with the presence of people and animals.

The Media show interest in our technology to fight Covid-19
18/02/2021 14:22:25

El Diario Montañés, the newspaper with the most impact in Cantabria (Spain), shows interest in this innovative technology, DuctFIT®, capable of providing safe enclosed spaces free from the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes Covid-19, among many other virus and bacteria.

Goodwinds Marine Services, as an integral part of the SieXein Global Biosecurity Project, wants to thank this media, the dissemination of this important information.

The article explains the distribution, both nationally and internationally, that we make of this powerful ionic solution, duly tested and certified by important and recognized labs and organizations, including the Virgen de las Nieves University Hospital in Granada, Spain. This technology was initially designed by NASA in the 70’s, in order to purify the atmosphere inside the ISS, lately developed to fight Covid-19

Solutions against CoVID-19 and other pathogens
22/12/2020 12:37:26

Goodwinds Marine Services offers Solutions to fight against SARS-Cov-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, at a Global scale. In that sense, at Goodwinds Marine Services we have a strong committed with those technologies that may improve our living quality, while respecting the Environment. Based on this philosophy, we are committed to being part of the SieXsein Bio Security Project, focus to publicize the DuctFIT technology. 
Dronitec - Aereal Solutions
31/12/2019 13:30:06

DRONITEC is a company certified by the Spanish Aviation Safety Agency -Agencia Española de Seguridad Aérea (AESA)- to operate drones, which also has several certified pilots and a long professional career thanks to the experience accumulated in more than 15 years of dedication to the world of drones. We are a drone operating company based in Madrid and Cantabria that offers its air services with RPAS internationally. We are pioneers in research, development and innovation (R & D & I), technology and training in the use of Unmanned aircraft for professional purposes.

How we poision our seas
31/12/2019 13:31:05

Every year, or every two seasons at most, we renew the antifouling of our live work with great pain for our pocket. But few keep in mind that in this way we dissolve potent poisons that inexorably kill our marine environment.

Under the waterline all ships are quickly colonized by numerous organisms that the Anglo-Saxons call "fouling". First, the marine bacteria nest on the surface of the hull, creating a transparent layer that already shows viscous and indicates that the “ground” is ready to be colonized by the next layer of organisms.

It is the turn for many tiny diatomic algae that are supported by the bacterial layer and cover the hull with the characteristic verdin. The area is ready to install protozoan populations that in turn serve as food for other crustacean micro layers that are fixed to the previous ones.

Global project launched to tackle plastic litter from ships and fisheries
31/12/2019 13:33:02

A new global project to prevent and reduce marine plastic litter from shipping and fisheries has been launched today (5th December) by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Initial funding for the project is from the Government of Norway.