|TESFAY ABAY FARM PROJECT||200,000 USD||ETH/085/2011|
|Repairing the future: delivering sustainable alternative proteins||Raised in excess of $130 million capital to date||ZAF/002/2011|
|AmoHive||75 000 US$||POL/001/2011|
|Establishing a Fruit & Vegetable Dehydration Plant||USD 111,430||PAK/007/1906|
|Expansion of Olive Farm & Production of Olive oil.||USD 550 000||PAK/002/1906|
|Aflazero||Euro 9.25 million||KEN/003/2011|
|Agronol agrowaste to produce ethanol for sanitizer||$350,000 expected||GHA/44/2012|
|Wasa Mushroom Farm Project||589,142 USD||ETH/086/2011|
|Mobile Solar Pump||1 million||EGY/736/2011|
|ECO food dehydrators||500,000 $||EGY/735/2011|
|Compounding for Green Tyre Technology||IRN/003/1710|
|Zero Waste subscription based online grocery - EveGrocer||$500,000||PHL/023/2011|
|Waste to Energy Project||18,487,000 USD||KEN/004/2105|
|Installation of variable speed system in baghouse fan and EP fan in raw mill department||IRN/011/1710|
|Upgrading Cyclone 1||IRN/008/1710|
|Installation of VSD on Fan of electro-filter line 1 and 2.||IRN/007/1710|
|Installation of VSD on Fan electromotor of the Raw Material Mill.||IRN/006/1710|
|The installation of Sonic Cleaning Technology instead of Ball Cleaning in heat exchanger modules.||IRN/005/1710|
|Installation hybrid systems of mini-grids in rural areas||200,000.00 USD||ETH/082/2011|
|Minigrids and Stand-alone-Solar systems||1.150.000 USD||ETH/081/2011|
|Biodiesel and Glycerol production – a waste to energy project geared towards creating employment||USD 1,690,400||BOT/022/2108|
|Carbotect™ – Rapid and reliable water diagnostics||US$ 300,000.00||ZAF/001/2011|
|Dena Tyre Company - Installation of Water Treatment unit||IRN/004/1710|
|Waste Water Treatment from Ice Cream Production||IRN/002/1710|
|Advanced technologies for water treatment systems||ETH/083/2011|
|Cleanico Waste Management Project||BOT/020/2102|
|waste tire recycling company that produce furniture such as: doors, stools, rubber interlocking bricks, rubber granules, coffee tables just to name a few.||BOT/002/1709|
|Establishment of plant for Frozen products of meat||USD 353,000||PAK/009/1906|
|Up gradation of Master Foods Production Unit||USD 1,945,545||PAK/003/1906|
|Establishment of Ice Plant||PAK/001/1906|
|Strengthening of a fishery products processing unit||262 140 USD||SEN/065/1701|
|A project for fishery products enhancement and implementation in Senegal||440.000 USD||SEN/064/1701|
|Extension of the LEADER FISH factory||2 000 000 USD||MAU/003/1703|
|The realization of a complex for the valorization of fishery products||USD||MAU/002/1703|
|Extension of the fish processing plant Negoce Mauritania||2500.000 USD||MAU/001/1702|
|Construction project of a standardized unit for the fishery products treatment and processing||634 498, 0588 USD||GIN/006/1703|
|Replacement of the freezing and production equipment for fishery products of the company||400 000 USD||CIV/014/1702|
|Portable Epidemiological Isolation Unit. Pneumatic structures of emergency. UAEP||US 13,750 per unit produced||COL/001/2011|
|Solar PV Module Manufacturing||USD 4 Million||PAK/010/1906|
|Establishing a Solar Date Dehydration unit||USD 193,536||PAK/008/1906|
|Expansion of services and solutions to major cities of Pakistan||USD 2,000,000||PAK/006/1906|
|Inverter & Battery Manufacturing/Assembling in Pakistan||USD 2~3 Million||PAK/005/1906|
|Manufacturing, fabrication and services for solar PV projects.||USD 810,000||PAK/004/1906|
|3000kg/Hr Avocado Oil Extraction Oil Plant.||USD 1,884,220||KEN/005/2107|
|Construction of 50 MW wind farm in Zabol, Sistan & Balouchestan Province, Iran||IRN/013/1710|
|Use of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) instead of fossil fuels||2000000 USD||IRN/012/1710|
|Installation of a 50 MW Windpark in KUHIN (Ghazvin)||IRN/010/1710|
|Installation of a 10 MW Windpark in Kahak (Ghazvin)||IRN/009/1710|
|Solar Power plant in an egg producer company||IRN/001/1710|
|Kgalagadi Resources Dev. Co. (Pty) Ltd t/a Solar Power Botswana||USD 7.1 million||BOT/021/2102|
|Build, Own, Operate and Transfer a 1 MV Solar PV Plant||BOT/015/1710|
|Solar Borehole pumping solutions||BOT/007/1709|
|Database Platform in Renewable Energy||BOT/006/1709|
|Eco-Farming with Renewable Energy Technologies||BOT/005/1709|
|Integrated Waste Management Solution&Landfill Gas to Electricity in Botswana||BOT/004/1709|
|Promoting Production and Utilisation of Biogas from Agrowaste in South Eastern Botswana||BOT/003/1709|
|Greenhouse Solar Power Installation||BOT/001/1709|
TESFAY ABAY FARM PROJECT is involved in agricultural production, focused on cotton and cereales such as sesame, soya bean, maize, sorghum etc. The aim of the farm project is to produce the several products through drip irrigation technology, which is needed to tackle the drought problem in Ethiopia. With this technology, the farm can alleviate the problem of food security, mainly in the small and rural villages near Assosa Airport.
AgriProtein’s mission is to close the loop in food production by adopting a circular economy strategy to offer a sustainable alternative for organic waste that tackles the world’s growing issue of food waste and security. AgriProtein is developing a new industry of nutrient recycling. Mimicking nature, it uses cutting-edge insect technology to upcycle organic waste resources that would otherwise go to landfill. The organic material collected is recycled into a feed substrate that is fed to black soldier fly larvae which in turn are then harvested to produce valuable end-products including: an insect-based nutrient-rich complete protein for animal and aquaculture feed (MagMeal™), a versatile oil (MagOil™) and a rich residual soil conditioner (MagSoil™). AgriProtein delivers significant and much-needed environmental, social and economic impact.
The AmoHive beehive project aims at involving people in beekeeping through smartphones. The project has sensors that register weight, temperature, humidity inside and outside the beehive, an acoustics sensor (microphone). The information collected from the beehive sensors is transmitted via mobile communication channels and displayed on a smartphone. The electronic sensors are powered by a solar panel, therefore, the electronic beehive is completely energy-independent and does not pollute the environment with hazardous chemical waste. The data from the beehive form a unique, localized database of the honey production process and pollination services. www.amohive.com
Fruit & Vegetable Dehydration will be owned by Mr. Samee Ullah Baloch as Managing Director. The business will be involved in the processing, value addition and drying of Fruit & Vegetable paste and dried Fruit & Vegetable in the local as well as in the international market. Fruit & Vegetable Dehydration Unit has planned to start this venture, which is totally based on exports to the international markets. The business has also chalked out an aggressive marketing plan for the local market. Drying foods for storage are probably the oldest method of food preservation, while electric food dehydrators have made our lives much easier. Drying foods is a wonderful way to preserve them for later use. Dried foods are not only useful, but they also take up less storage space than canning or freezing. They are sometimes used or consumed in their dehydrated state, as in the case of Fruit & Vegetable. The process is simple where the Fruit & Vegetables are first peeled and minced. They are then dried for 5 to 7 hours, stirring occasionally until crisp. Dried Fruit & Vegetables can be kept for long time.
To expand our olive farm production by farming of additional 50 acres of land along with establishment Olive Oil Extraction Unit to produce olives and olive oil. We have planned to produce export quality olives and olive oil and therefore require a foreign partner for joint venture. The proposed project is designed as Olive farming unit, spreading over a land area of 50 acres. Growing Olive in 50 acres with modern farm management techniques can be a long lasting business. It is recommended that land should be purchased in the suggested rural areas. The total cost of project in this project is Rs. 57.781 million including land, plantation, machinery and working capital. The olive plants starts giving fruits at the age of four to six years so the cost incurred during the initial four years is required which is included in pre operating cost in this project. We also want to establish olive extraction unit for extraction of extra virgin olive oil for local use and foreign exports.
Farmcrowdy is the leading agritech company in Nigeria focused on providing the necessary tools and technology for farmers and agribusinesses to boost food production with better yields, lower costs, and smarter marketing. Farmcrowdy began as a crowdfunding company, focused on connecting rural farmers with access to funds for their farming endeavours. As time went on, the company moved from just raising funds to also increasing productivity, storage, and access to the market for agribusinesses. Farmcrowdy has been utilizing technology to create innovative solutions. In February 2020, Farmcrowdy acquired Best Foods Livestock and Processing facility to increase meat production through meat processing technology. The facility currently has the capacity to process 80-120 bulls/day and provides 30% of some of the meat consumed in 3 out of the 5 major eateries in Lagos. Farmcrowdy currently has six products and services which serve the entire agriculture value chain and are targeted at using technology to boost food production. The products are; Farmcrowdy Structured Finance, Farmcrowdy Aggregation, Farmcrowdy Foods, Farmcrowdy Insurance, Farmcrowdy Marketing Services, and Farmcrowdy Tech & Data. Their vision is to be the foremost digital agriculture platform in Africa admired for its impact on collaborative food production and boosting food security across the continent. Since inception, Farmcrowdy has amassed a network of over 182,000 farmers, cultivated about 20,000 acres of farmland in 16 value chains consisting 13 crops and 3 livestock, reared 3 million broiler birds, and deployed over USD 15 million in financing for farming projects across all 36 states in Nigeria.
Aflazero has developed an ozone-based post-harvest treatment plant which eliminates 98% of the aflatoxin contamination in grains, pulses, nuts and other food commodities. This solution is highly effective in removing and destroying aflatoxin. It does not generate toxic residues in the treated commodities and preserves the crops nutritional value and palatability. The finished product is acceptable for human consumption and export. The company intends to manufacture and sell its plants to food processing companies that purchase commodity agriculture products which may be contaminated by aflatoxin.
Agro-Nol is a start-up focused on processing agrowaste into Bioethanol for use by industries such as the pharmaceutical industry, alcoholic beverages industry and cosmetic to be used as a base to produce finished goods. The project aims to convert cashew apples into Bioethanol. There is a high business of Producing cashew in Ghana. Sadly, after the extraction of the cashew nuts, the cashew apples that make-up more than 80% of the entire fruit is left on the farms to rot, due to lack of knowledge and innovative solutions to create an economic value from it. The solution provided consists in producing locally available ethanol from agro waste for industries at a convenience.
Wasa Mushroom Farm is involved in production of mushrooms using agricultural and industrial by products (which are considered as waste) in an organic and secure manner while simultaneously emphasizing attention on enhancing jobs and income for smallholder farmers and urban unemployed without compromising or negatively affecting the environment. The company aims at expanding the market in order to supply national and international companies with the overall objective to satisfy local demand.
SunCity has managed to develop a revolution design of a Mobile Solar Pump that has the capacity of pumping up to 60 cubic meters of water per hour using only 1.5 hp solar and pump system. The pump comes in an innovative user-friendly and mobile package that can be easily toed by a donkey, horse or tractor. Anyone can easily operate the pump in 10 minutes. It can serve more than 15 acres at zero operating cost. Compared to diesel pumps, this solar pump can live between 20 to 25 years and requires minimal maintenance. Moreover, there is no operating cost associated with this pump and no harmful emissions. The prototype has been tested and operated in real conditions for 6 months in Egypt.
ECO aims to provide farmers with specifically tailored, innovative food dehydrators systems to process crops surplus that usually goes to waste into high value, healthy,100% pure , innovative forms of powdered / leather / bars of tomato sauce and fruit drinks in just 6 hours ,at lower operation cost than traditional sun drying method, while reducing (evaporating ) crops moisture content to minimize their weight and bulkiness thus reduce transport cost by up to 20 times for cheaper transport and storage ,extending crops shelf life for several months without chemical preservatives or cold storage , creating sustainable income for rural women and unemployed, increasing food security, preserving environment and conserving natural resources ,ECO mainly powered by renewable energy and minimum dependency on conventional sources of energy to insure reliability, sustainability and highest quality dehydrated produces, its unique products granted a patent (the seconde one is in process ), it has many orders for export and lengthy waiting list with up to 1000 customer
Dena Company as the national leader in production of green tyres intend to invest in this technology and replace all the current conventional tyres with the green products. Beside being totally recyclable after disposal, the new type of tyres have higher rolling resistance (resulting in less fuel consumption of the cars), less noises in driving (max. 72 decibel which is environmentally friendly) and greater wet grip (which enhance the safety while driving). The company would like to transfer and implement the compounding technology in all its production line.
EveGrocer is a zero waste subscription-based online grocery which delivers for free within metro manila and offers dealerships to provincial areas helps on the distribution of basic commodities in a sustainable way. More specifically, EveGrocer Zero Waste Online Grocery offers subscription-based orders which bundles and delivers basic necessities on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis for proper queuing. Customers can buy in refills and return their re-usable containers on the next subscribed delivery.
EvaKuula, an off-grid, biogas/wind-powered evaporative cooler, for reducing postharvest losses on smallholder farms, especially the evening milk. Small-acreage farmers predominantly found in rural settings, suffer from daily economic losses due to evening milk, which farmers cannot keep fresh until the next day for entry into the cold chain or the market. The farmers do not have access to grid-electricity for traditional refrigeration. Thermogenn’s EvaKuula, powered by easily accessible renewable energy on these farms, such as biogas, saves the evening milk and increases sales by 30-40%. Thermogenn uses a rent-to-own business model, consistent with the target customers’ lack of access to credit. The monthly or weekly payment are internally managed through a remotely operated lock that disables the device operation if the payments are not received via mobile money. The expected pay-off is approximately six months and in addition to initial sale, Thermogenn offers a high-quality after-sale program involving service and training.
We are a Kenyan registered company established in 2017 with the special purpose of establishing a waste to energy project in one of our busy towns. Our role is to co-develop and manage the local logistics in the development of this project as well as manage the operations of the project for the life of the power purchase agreement with the support of the partners we shall engage in along the way. The objective is to develop a sustainable municipal waste disposal solution and build a circular economy around this project by using a sustainable technology that will enable us make this town an environmentally clean and safe town to live in.
to be produced
|Refuse Derived Fuel,RDF||51,100 tonnes/year||153,300||100|
|Liquid fertilizer||160,787 Litres/year||203,500||100|
|Solid fertilizer||19,700 tonnes /year||3,925,000||100|
The company operating in the cement sector intends to apply a variable speed system in the baghouse fan filter used in raw mill department, to decrease the energy consumption.
The company seeks to implement a technological upgrading of the preheater of the cement factory.
The company seeks to install a Variable speed drive (VSD) to decrease the energy consumption of the industrial fans used for the electro-filter in the productive line 1 and 2 of 0.25 MW and 0.16 MW respectively.
Installation of a Variable speed drive (VSD) system to decrease the energy consumption of industrial fans used in the company plant for the raw milling process.
The company operating in the cement sector is seeking to implement the Sonic cleaning technology instead of ball cleaning in heat exchangers of the preheater in the production lines of the cement factory. The project will enhance the energy efficiency, decrease CO2 and increase production productivity.
Many people living in remote areas in Ethiopia do not have access to the public electricity grid. Due to the high costs going along with the extension of the public grid, these people will hardly ever be connected to the public grid. The projects aims at installing solar / wind / hydroelectric mini-grids in rural areas of the country, without access to the public grid. With the use of hybrid systems, inhabitants would receive a reliable, affordable and sustainable supply of electricity Secondly, the project's goal is to supply not only electricity, but also the electrical equipment with which the villages will make a "productive use" of the electricity, in order to guarantee its sale and to supply every mini-grid with the income.
The first plan is to introduce technologies for productive use that are suitable for minigrids and Stand-alone-Solar. Local value addition in rural areas would improve productivity, preservation and processing of agricultural produces. The second objective is to introduce affordable battery based power backup systems for urban households (withpower ranging from 0.5 – 5 kW ).There is a large market in main cities of Ethiopia where battery based backup systems are in high demand. As working from home and online virtual meetings are increasingly becoming a common practices, the need for electricity backup is compelling as the grid electricity interruptions are quite frequent.
Biodiesel Botswana Proprietary Limited is a Small to Medium Scale Enterprise that was incorporated as a Private Company limited by shares on 1st September 2006, producing biodiesel from used vegetable oil (used cooking oil) from restaurants and animal fats from abattoirs and slaughterhouses. It was issued with a Certificate of Incorporation number UIN BW00001680956. The project which was the first of its kind in Botswana since 2006 started as a demonstration project producing 200 litres of biodiesel per day for own consumption. The project was commercialized in 2007 and its production capacity was increased to 1000 litres per day using locally made manual processor. It was based in Ramotswa Station and later in 2013 moved to Botswana Development Corporation (BDC) warehouse in Lobatse to be closer to animal fats produced by Botswana Meat Commission and its production capacity was anticipated to be 4000 litres per day. Unfortunately, the production process was suspended in 2014 to allow for a fullyfledged Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) to take care of handling of animal fats and their process residues. The EIA was approved in 2016. The Enterprise’s promoters seek to revive the once noble effort of using locally available raw materials to produce biodiesel and its spin-offs (glycerol, bar soap and hand sanitizers) by reestablishing a biodiesel production project in Pilane. The Enterprise has been issued with an Industrial Plot measuring 8700m2 by Botswana Investment and Trade Centre in Pilane Industrial Site to construct its own facility in its own plot. A waiver exempting the enterprise from undertaking an EIA which is time consuming and costly is being negotiated with the Department of Environment.
Carbotect™ offers low-skilled operators with a real-time, on-site verification of water quality for its use in human or animal consumption and the processing of high-risk perishable foods. Carbotect™ reliably detects ultra-low levels (50ppb) of organic contaminants in water samples which serve both as nutritional building blocks for future microbial growth as well as detecting the organic biofilm fingerprint which is the refuge for multiple microbial species including pathogenic viruses. Carbotect™ empowers general users who are remote from and without access to competent laboratory services the capacity to deliver an immediate and definitive colour based test result to confirm optimal water quality. The test also offers a tool to monitor equipment cleaning efficiency and microbial biofilm control strategies in high risk facilities manufacturing consumer products.
Installation of water treatment unit in order to enhance the efficiency of water consumption in Dena Rubber and Tyre Co. the second largest manufacturer of tires in Iran with production of 33,000 ns/year. The company consumes plenty of water for cooling and the production processes. However, since there is severe water scarcity in the region, three of their wells, already went dry and there is urgent need for water treatment unit in the plant. The company has positive experience of cooperating with Italian technology providers such as Marangoni and Steelbelt for development of their technology. About 2,000 cubic meters of water is pumped from 5 wells (170 m deep) to the tanks for the boiler & steam system and cooling purposes.
Zarrin Ghazal Co. started production of Daity ice cream in 2005 and Apada dairy production 2008. At the present time, the company is capable of producing over 300 tons of ice cream and 150 tons of dairy products per day. The staffs of 1500 are working for the company. The company is established in an area of 7 hectares with a superstructure area of over 37000 sq/m. The company is seeking for a waste water treatment unit in order to deal with huge amount of water waster every day from washing the ice cream mold of two equipment. The treated water could be re-used in the same equipment or for other purposes in the company.
The main objective is to deliver solutions for water treatment and other related electromechanical needs by applying efficient and most advanced technology, with the aim at developing local competency
With our Vision to Zero Waste that goes to the Landfill, we provide solutions that create awareness of waste segregation and recycling, collect and sort the waste collected. We currently sort recyclable waste for bailing and sale and our plant seeks to generate Energy from Organic waste collected to fully recycle all forms of waste material that is collected and brought to our plant. Waste to Energy Plant and Material Recovery Facility development is underway and seeks investor opportunities and skills transfer.
Intelligent technologies was established in the year 2013 with the intentions to do business in the waste management sector. We started our research and development also test of different products that can be made from waste tires. Research and test revealed that a lot can be done from waste tires like roads, school fields, fence doors, indoor and outdoor furniture to name a few. We made our rubber paving which really impressed the city council and the public in turn we were told to do the sidewalks along the high ways, the parks and playgrounds for schools unfortunately we didn’t have enough machinery to do a job like that and local banks are not aware of the potential of recycling but we went further to pursue our dream and two years later the government bought a tire recycling machine which we approached and as usual they loved our product and wanted us to use the machine, that’s when we made a door out of tires and working on a fence and all this products are going to be made cheap and available to the public.
A & S food plans to expand their current line of products with the inclusion of Halal Frozen products of Meat and therefore require a plant for frozen food production. They have been providing packed dairy snacks and sweets to retail stores in hygienic packing at very competitive prices and their current business model of expansion includes production of frozen food and supplying it to retail stores at lesser comparative prices, maintaining the same quality of food and packaging. After the installation of this plant they plan to export to International Markets as well by competing on prices while maintaining international standards.
The project is about the expansion of the existing production line of the Master Food on Modern lines complying with the European Standards. The project will enhance the revenues, production capacity as well as the quality of the products with wastage reduction. The Master Food is looking for Italian partner for Joint Venture or Soft Loan facility that can assist in up-gradation of our current capacity and improve quality of products making them export capable.
The project is to establish an Ice Plant at Pasni which would be a privately-owned firm by the name of Balochistan Ice Plant. The investor already owns the land in prime location of Pasni fish harbour for the establishment of the Ice Plant. The plant requires further investment for building construction and machinery purchase & instalment. This is a very promising opportunity as activities related to food storage, especially fish storage is extremely necessary to prevent items from degrading. The ice can also be supplied to domestic consumers and businesses for their daily needs. There is a demand supply gap at the location therefore from inception we would be able to operate at maximum potential. The project will be financed through owner’s equity contribution of 50% and the remaining 50% through a Foreign Investment financing, to be used to purchase and install the machinery and equipment for the project or they could also provide requisite apparatus for the project as we already have land available. Based on the projected financial statements and comparative firm analysis, the returns on the project are very promising.
Agroplexi is a decentralized blockchain backed economy, catalyzing financial inclusion for farmers in the emerging markets. They are out to help farmers solve the problem of access to finance, reduce risks associated with funding Agricultural projects, eliminate extreme cost of credits, bogus interest and unimaginable collateral to access bank loans, and above all contribute to solving the problem of food insecurity and lack of transparency in transaction, payment settlement and record keeping in Agriculture ecosystem. Some of the benefits expected for developing countries include financial inclusiveness. Farmers will need to activate a bank account for KYC / AML framework purposes after which they can use the P2P wallet of the system to store, send and receive funds globally without a third party.
CloQ offers access to nano-loans via app to people (informal business owners and MSMEs) in order to build a credit history that can (re-)include them in the financial system. CloQ then bridges clients to other financial institutions that offer higher loans and other helpful financial services. The company’s mission is the diminishment of financial vulnerability, inclusion in the financial system and expansion of financial services such as insurance or credit. More specifically, CloQ provides credit to this niche, which creates the client- and credit-history that can allow these people to gain access to additional financial services. This project improves equal rights to access financial resources to low-income and unbanked, supporting informal entrepreneurs on their path to become formal SMEs.
Yayi Bayam Diouf is the President, as well as the founder, of COFLEC Cooperative. COFLEC is part of the "Réseau des Femmes de la Pêche Artisanale du Sénégal" (Women's Network of artisanal fisheries of Senegal - REFEPAS). Ms. Diouf is now a consultant for training, recognized by 'ONFP (National Office for Professional Education), for the fish products, fruits and vegetables processing, etc... With his organization has won the "Grand Prix du Président de la République pour la promotion de la Femme en 2008" A Special Award of the President of the Republic for the Promotion of Women in 2008. The current project aims at strengthen a processing mussels unit and fish products processing unit according to the international standards. The project is primarily concentrated on three products: fresh mussels, products resulting from mussels, smoked fish. They are looking for joint venture opportunities, access to foreign market, supplies of equipment for fish products, technical and management expertise, technology transfer and other useful tools.
FENAGIE Peche (Codipeche) company , active since 1999, is responsible for fish products distribution. The main products of the cooperative are: dried fish (big fish fermented, salted and dried), sardinelle, shrimp, oysters and smoked fish. One of the company strength is the fundamental role of women who are aware of the techniques. The current project aims to improve the quality of products, processed by women at the level of Hann, Rufisque, Soucouta and Saint Louis processing units. The goal is to enhance these products and to contribute to their access to foreign markets, given the presence of African communities that wish to maintain their eating habits. They are looking for joint venture opportunities, supplies of equipment, market access, technical and management skills, skills in marketing, new conservation technologies and fish processing, and other useful tools.
Leader Fish, founded in 2010, is a leader company in fresh fish export to European market but also of frozen fish. The main products intended for export are: frozen pelagic, demersal, cephalopods and others. The company already has a modern storage unit (300 tons) and a freezing unit of fish products (20 tons freezing day). The current project is the extension of the Leader Fish company, with a view to new markets of fresh and frozen seafood products to Asia, Africa and Europe. They are looking for joint venture opportunities, market access, technical and management expertise, technology transfer and other useful tools.
SPP Pélagique deals with fishery products production, processing, transformation, exploitation. The products handled by the company specifically are: demersal, pelagic fish, cephalopods, crustaceans, fish meal and fish oil. Mauritania is known for being a country rich in fish products, suitable for export (large demand from Europe, Asia, Africa). The current project involves the construction of a treatment-recovery and fish processing complex. The company has extensive experience in the field. They are looking for joint venture opportunities and technology transfers.
Negoce, founded in 1990, is a leader company in fresh fish export to Europe. The company has over 26 years of experience in fishery products trade and therefore a good knowledge of the markets. The current project consists in extending Negoce Mauritania with the purpose of new markets for frozen seafood products to Asia, Africa and Europe. They are looking for joint venture opportunities, access to foreign market, technical and management skills, expertise in marketing and other useful tools.
Groupe Kamoudouya Pêche Sarl, established in 2011, deals with the fishery products treatment, smoking and storage, intended for export (the United States and African countries). The main products are: smoked barracuda, sardines (Bonga serious), bream (epiniphelus cephalopholis taeniops), pagrus, captain fish (polydactylus quadrifilis), sole (senegalensis synoglossus), pike (Sphyraena guachancho), sea bream or carp (fulgens Snapper) , gray mullet (Liza falcipinnis), catfish (arius beudeloti) and others. The company would like to acquire new production, processing and storage plants; buy proper equipment and materials; conduct a training course and update employees on the new techniques and processing technologies, as well as marketing and management. They are looking for possible joint-venture, market access, supply of equipment, technical and management skills, expertise in marketing and new technologies.
The Abidjan Sea Food Company SARL deals with fishery products processing: squid, octopus, lobster, processed , frozen and canned shrimps. The company already have several refrigerators and freezing plants but would like to purchase a plant for rapid freezing, a maximum of four hours, a vacuum machine and the installation of an electric oven for smoking. The project currently underway is intended to improve the quality of production with new tools of both production and freezing. They are looking for supplies of production and freezing plants, market access and technology transfer.
During one of the most critical periods of our times due to the global spread of COVID-19, it is necessary to adapt large covered areas to guarantee the appropriate spatial and functional condition for the care of the patients. For these reasons, the Laboratory (LAB-LAHC) makes available the results of previous experimental investigations which offer solutions to this problem through flexible solutions that aim to increase the capacity of patient care in hospitals and health centres. The project aims to propose the construction of 20 multipurpose functional units based on polyhedral pneumatic structures. Each unite is made out of nine 2-frequency geodesic domes articulated by an inflatable circulation tunnel. The modularity of the system allows the connection to other systems and the possibility to assemble a larger number of units. The above guarantees the creation of various isolated areas in the same place. Such spaces can be controlled to create different environmental conditions and the necessary asepsis for the management of patients with respiratory diseases.
Solar PV Modules are being imported into Pakistan on daily basis. Although the RE Policy first came into being in 2006, but the market size was not significant. In last few years the market has expanded from 49MW/year to nearly 700MW/year recently. The market is still in its infancy and by the onset on of recently approved Net Metering Policy in Pakistan, it is estimated to grow more than 100% every year. Since almost all of the PV modules are being imported duty free mainly from China, the Govt. is bound to put Customs Duties and other taxes on it in near future; it makes sense to start manufacturing our own solar PV modules indigenously.
The project aims at establishing a solar date dehydration plant at Turbat. He wants to use solar energy due to lack of other power sources (Electricity in Turbat is available daily only for 1-2 hours) available for dates drying (only to dry up the wet dates) and dehydration processes. The proposed project is about establishing a Dates Drying & Dehydrating Plant (DDP) where dates will be purchased from of various s including growers, farmers, middle men, traders, exporters, whole sellers and then it will be converted good quality dry dates. This facility will provide produce high quality finished and pure dry dates of various kinds. Using Solar energy for power is an advantage for the project because although some cost is needed for initial setting up of solar plants but once running, the plant will provide power continuously and at low cost. This will not only enable the owner to not be bothered about production of dates due to power outages in Turbat district but will also provide cheap power per unit.
The project is aimed at expanding the network of offices and services to major cities of Country for making for Standardized Solar Installations and Quality Products as already being offered by the company. They like to Penetrate all the Major and Small Cities providing them same quality and level Products and services. They have planned to setup in major cities with adjoining smaller cities that have potential for solar energy solutions because at the moment Smaller Cities of Pakistan don’t have access of reliable Solar Energy Solution Provider. They often tend to work with People who are not expert in Solar and used Rejected and Low-Quality Solar Products. They wish to expand their network of provision of reliable solar setups as they are already importing grade equipment for supplying to end consumers with certified guarantees. This Project will also focus toward introducing Share Base Economy Concept in the Solar EPC Sector of Pakistan. they will make Local Partners / Franchise Based System and will train them on Solar, in order to provide them good Profit margin to attract interest in the sector. In a Step wise Procedure they intend to upgrade local Teams and equipped them with the latest products and Software They will have company-controlled setup in major cities of the country and further franchising in smaller cities thus providing A grade quality products and solutions on par with international standards all across the country.
The project aims at establishing a factory / plant that will manufacture and assemble Inverters and batteries used in the solar system. This will reduce the overall cost of the system thus and people will be able to buy lower priced system. The overall expected impact is that it will assist in people transition and adopt renewable energy products which will help in achieving self sufficiency and ease energy crisis in the country. To Start Manufacturing or Assembling in Pakistan for Solar and Home Inverters, UPS, Batteries and Energy Saving Led Lights to sale through our distribution channel in Pakistan and reason to make in Pakistan to provide continually and fast deliveries to the clients, The reason for opting to establish a plant is that 1. It is very time consuming to import. 2. It is relatively costlier to import. 3. To create local job opportunities. 4. To increase access and meet demands. In future the products will be exported to neighboring countries as well
The project is for the following three purposes 1. Manufacturing and fabrication of solar PV mounting structure and frames as per international standards for both grounds mount and pole mount PV projects. 2. Assembly of solar integrated LED street lights to maximize the energy conservation for domestic and commercial areas/applications. 3. To provide installation, testing and commissioning services for solar PV projects in Pakistan as per NEC 690. It will include the supply and installation of solar PV accessories e.g. solar PV cables, DC MCBs and MCCBs, DC SPDs, solar PV isolation switches etc. The services can provided for projects of upto 100MWp.
Kenya is the world third largest producer of Avocado fruit and also Kenya’s leading fruit export, accounting for nearly one-fifth of its total horticultural exports. Majority of Avocado is farmed by small holder farmers. Despite the vast production, a lot of fruit gets wasted either in the farms or and in the packing houses. To create market for avocado fruit and minimize these losses, we have planned a 3000kg/hr Avocado Oil Extraction Plant to be in the main avocado growing areas. The plant will also produce Organic Fertilizer from the factory waste. Some of the Organic matter will be fed to Black Soldier flies, whose larvae will be used as a protein input for Aquafeed which is planned as the third product for the company.
to be produced
|Avocado Oil||490 tones||3.3m||100|
|Organic Fertilizer (Solid)||490 tones||394,000||100|
|Organic Fertilizer (Liquid)||440,000 liters||100|
Construction of 50 MW wind farms in Zabol, Sistan and Balouchestan provinces.
Technology for the production of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF), derived from the treatment of waste material. Use of RDF instead will reduce the energy consumption of the company.
Several studies using various sources of data such as Iran Wind Atlas by Lahmeyer International, SANA SYSTEM IP’s wind data, 3Tire, satellite data and Iran’s Meteorology Organization data suggest KUHIN and GHAZVIN as the best wind resource potentials. Average capacity factor of KUHIN and GHAZVIN sites are estimated about 34.6%. Since these areas are located in Iran’s underdeveloped areas, the project is favored from all income taxes for 13 years. KUHIN site is also close to 63 KV transmission lines as well as transportation facilities such as roads and railway, which these advantages prevent extra costs to the project.
Several studies using various sources of data such as Iran Wind Atlas by Lahmeyer International, SANA System I.P’s wind data, 3Tire, satellite data and Iran’s Meteorology Organization data suggest KAHAK and GHAZVIN as the best wind resource potentials. Average capacity factor of KAHAK and GHAZVIN sites are estimated about 33.8%. Since these areas are located in Iran’s underdeveloped areas, the project is favored from all income taxes for 13 years. KAHAK site is also close to 20 KV and 63 KV transmission lines as well as transportation facilities such as roads and railway, which these advantages prevent extra costs to the project.
Installation of a solar power plant in Parsirang Co. To generate power and sell the clean electricity to SATBA in line with GPPA plan (Guaranteed Power Purchase Agreement).
The opportunity is for a JV/Partnership/collaboration with an established Italian or other manufacturer of Solar Water Heating systems, and other renewable energy systems including biogas. The objective would be to rapidly upgrade, enhance the volume capacity, technical capacity, and management/marketing capability of the existing operations to take advantage of a rapidly growing market opportunity in southern Africa. The collaboration project would provide a ready almost immediate entry point and foothold for that foreign manufacturer to the rapidly expanding southern African market.
to be produced
|Solar Thermal Panels||20,000 USD||10 million||50||50|
|Solar Enabled Geysers||10,000 USD||5 million||50||50|
This project aims to erect a 1 MW solar PV plant on BIUST campus. The plant is to supply uninterrupted electric power to the BIUST campus (laboratories, research centers, workshops, staff and student accommodation, offices and other facilities requiring electricity supply). Any surplus power generated will be fed into the electric grid. As the country aims to install several solar PV plants (stand alone, distributed or grid tied) for rural electrification and grid connection in the future, this installation will serve as a pilot plant where young future engineers and researchers will be able to gain essential experiences on the technology and its implementation. Furthermore the project will directly reduce Botswana’s energy related CO2 emissions by substituting coal-generated electricity with PV. The project is highly favourable as the market (end user) is guaranteed.
Agriculture and Renewable energy are focus areas for Botswana. Ministry of agriculture offers a possible 40% payback for borehole installations as a way to assist farmers in setting up. Food security is important and most borehole pumps are used for livestock and agriculture. As most farms are located out of grid areas and Botswana is a vast country most farmers currently use diesel generators for pumping and electricity. With the falling prices of solar it has become more interesting for farmers to convert their pumping systems to solar for daytime pumping. Most existing boreholes use a diesel engine pump and whole system requires convertion.
One of the biggest challenges in Botswana is the lack of cohesion in the sector and data pertaining to solar. Highlighted in a number of studies is the fact that data is not readily available. The project proposal outlines developing a web based database including installed system functioning and non functioning systems, potential for installers, suppliers and manufacturers and also list of all industry players/news/information. The Project suggest a maintenance plan for five years with a person based out of Department of Energy office or locally based working on a broader energy database.
Provide Eco-Friendly solutions for a packing house, greenhouse with heating and cooling, laboratory that can be powered by solar, water treatment for river/sewerage water, water purification and aquaponics farming with solar pumping , looking for supply of technology and full turn key solutions.
Promoting the efficient use of resources through the adequate treatment of solid waste, production of electricity as by-product of waste disposal and the reuse, recycling and regeneration of resources
The Bostwana national Development Plan 2010-2016 accords priority to transforming agro-waste into biogas. This GEF-financed, UNDP-implemented project will assist the Government of Botswana in meeting this priority through three project components: 1) institutional strengthening and capacity development;2) the facilitation and establishment of biogas plants, and 3) the setting-up of utilisation and knowledge platforms. The Outcomes of the project include the implementation of effective waste-management policies and guidelines with operational regulations: capacity to design and develop biogas projects in South-Eastern Botswana; the first best-practice public-private partnership established; reduction in greenhouses gas emissions (direct and indirect) of 1.65 tCo2e, and increased incomes through the use of small-scale biogas and bio-fertilizer, especially for women
Department of Agricultural Research of Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security, through the Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources and Tourism need assistance to rehabilitate its Greenhouses. The rehabilitation includes installing solar to be source of energy replacing electricity generated using coal. The use of solar is in line with being compliant to using low carbon sources of energy(renewables). This environmental friendly since low carbon/none emission technique of generating power.