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5G pushes the Spanish technology, which displays all its power in the MWC

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Barcelona, ??Jun 30 (EFE) .- Based on space technology, Aeinnova has launched the first device capable of harnessing excess energy from factories to generate clean energy, one of the innovations that come from the hand of 5G, the protagonist of the World Mobile Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.FOOTAGE OF THE EXHIBITORS AT THE MOBILE CONGRESS IN BARCELONA.

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