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Ettore Colella

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Mi, Italy
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Speaks: English , Italian - mother language
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Work Place Studio Ettore Colella Milano  
Professions Dottore Commercialista, Accounting/Auditing  
Job Titles Chartered Accountant, Certificatore Tributario, Mediatore Civile, Dottore Commercialista  
Former Employers PricewaterhouseCoopers  
Associations CNDCEC Milano, Registro dei Revisori Contabili  
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Degree BA
Other Degree MBA
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Location United Kingdom
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    Feb 17, 2013 12:17 PM

    Ettore C. (12)

    The association was born to give an answer to the tragic emergency that affects stray dogs in Romania, hundreds of thousands of animals exterminated every year by the authorities in a climate of general indifference and an endemic strayness, completely out of control.

    The promoter and founder of the association is Sara Turetta, a former advertising accountant from Milan who decided in 2002 to quit her job and to move to Romania. Once the project in RO started, in 2005 Sara came back to Italy to institute an association in order to fund the activities in RO.

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    Feb 23, 2012 12:09 PM

    Ettore C. (12)
    Italian engineer invents floating solar panels
    By Sonia Logre (AFP)

    SAN GIULIANO, Italy — Rays of the winter sun bounce off gleaming mirrors on the tiny lake of Colignola in Italy, where engineers have built a cost-effective prototype for floating, rotating solar panels.

    "You are standing on a photovoltaic floating plant which tracks the sun, it's the first platform of its kind in the world!" said Marco Rosa-Clot, a professor at Florence University, proudly showing off his new project.

    Rosa-Clot and his team say they are revolutionizing solar power and that their floating flower-petal-like panels soaking up the Tuscan sun have already attracted a lot of interest from international buyers.

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