Sustainable Energy / Water Generation&Home Efficiency

humanityTo prove noble, any company must attempt to give back to humanity. The best way to do so would be an attempt to solve problems that affect humanity the most. Even better, is to focus a company’s energies on solutions to humanity’s problems. One of the few contemporary issues affecting humanity in the 21st century is energy and water resource. Concerns such as environmental pollution and depletion of resources have led to the modern operating environment being in desperate need for sustainable energy as a solution to the global energy crisis.

energy sourcesThe traditional forms of energy such as oil and natural gas are therefore being phased out in favor of sustainable energy sources like hydroelectricity, wind energy, solar power, geothermal, and wave energy. Water, on the other hand, has been recognized as a basic human want globally. This is despite the fact that a very small proportion of the global population has access to water in medically recommended quantities. It is in recognition of the wisdom in helping humanity that focuses on sustainable solutions to water and energy production as its core line of operation. Unlike some other power companies in this field that are profit oriented and view the venture as a market gap to be exploited. Therefore, profits are a secondary concern to us.

Our main objective is contributing to humanity. This differentiates us from other power producers, and that s why our members need to maintain their loyalty with us. We are your company of choice. Our commitment to our work can be seen in our dedication to this field.

In terms of sustainable energy,it has the necessary technological prowess to provide some of the most informed and strategic insights in this field. We have a footprint in all fields of sustainable energy. In addition to what we produce, here are types of sustainable energy generation that you need to know.

Hydroelectric power

Hydroelectric power uses the energy of the flowing water to produce electricity. The basic science involved in this technology entails creating a water reservoir/dam. The purpose of the dam is to create a water head, thereby storing potential energy. When the water is released from the dams via penstocks, it hits a series of turbines. The energy in the water rotates the turbines, effectively converting the initial potential energy to kinetic energy. After this, an alternator is used to convert the kinetic energy from the turbines to electric energy. The energy is then linked to a national grid that transmits it to an entire state.

This form of energy is used in many African countries. Some of the biggest hydroelectric dams globally that portray engineering marvel have been created along the major rivers such as the Nile and the Zambezi in Africa. This form of energy is sustainable and mostly large scale. One of the major limitations of hydroelectric power production is the inadequacy in small-scale production technologies. With our highly qualified experts, we provide the latest technological intervention to curb such limitations in this field.


Geothermal power

This form of sustainable energy takes advantage of steam reservoirs, deep in the earth’s surface to generate energy. The steam reservoirs are located mostly along tectonic plates or areas with high volcanic activity. Production of this form of energy is mostly large scale, with some of the largest volumes of this form of energy being produced in East Africa. A careful cost-benefit analysis is warranted before venturing into this form of energy production. The rationale behind this is that steam reservoirs in the earth’s surface are plenty, but the cost of exploration in some cases outweighs the expected benefits.

Nevertheless, most of the African countries that were initially dependent on hydroelectric power are now diversifying to this form of energy. This is because hydroelectric energy fluctuates depending on the amount of water in rivers; this makes it vulnerable and unreliable in periods of droughts. On the other hand, geothermal energy is clean, draught proof and consistent all year round. With respect to this form of energy, we do the cost-benefit analysis before deciding to venture into any form of energy productions. Better yet, we also guide clients concerning the latest developments in this sector.

Wave energy/Tidal power/Wind Energy/Bioenergy/Solar Energy

wave energyThese forms of energy represent the latest developments in technological fronts with respect to energy. Wave energy taps its energy from waves in the oceans. On the other hand, tidal energy takes advantage of ocean tides. Just as the name suggests, wind energy, solar energy and bioenergy tap energy from the wind, bioresources and solar respectively.We offer its clients strategic insights on these modern forms of energy. Our team of experts can guide you in assessing the feasibility of any of these modern alternatives.

Sustainable water

Shifting our focus to sustainable water generation, first, we recognize the importance of water as a prerequisite to life. We also recognize its global scarcity and the need for a cross-functional and multidisciplinary approach in tackling the issue. Secondly, we understand most of the challenges affecting water like the slow adoption of technology in this field as compared to other fields. With the stated in mind, we have come up with a dedicated team of water specialists that can provide insights concerning all aspects of clean water generation. Our experts have knowledge ranging from policy formulation and implementation to technological interventions and their feasibility in applicability to various situations. We are therefore aiming to improve efficiency resource utilization in every home.

In conclusion, we as a company appreciate the need for sustainability to ensure the longevity of the human race. We have therefore decided to concentrate our energies in this field, with specific emphasis on sustainable energy and water. We, therefore, remain the ideal power company to spearhead generation of clean energy and sustainable water production.

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