|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|
|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|
|A project for fishery products enhancement and implementation in Senegal||440.000 USD||SEN/064/1701|
|Replacement of the freezing and production equipment for fishery products of the company||400 000 USD||CIV/014/1702|
|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|
|Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) for the installation in Serowe at Sekgoma Memorial Hospital||BOT/014/1709|
|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|
|Botswana Ecotourism Certification||BOT/008/1710|
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Using Thermal power generated by the solar field in order to produce STEAM and the resultant to be integrated into the existing steam piping. As it is clear from Steam & Energy Systems involvement with the upgrade of this Hospital, all the control valves and ancillary steam equipment was oversized from the initial design and installation. Our aim is to complete an Audit to learn the exact amount of steam that is required. Count the – basins, baths and showers for the hot water consumption, check ward heating demand, kitchen and laundry equipment and add to the steam requirement together with Sterilization and theatre humidification. We cannot use these Steam figures from the previous design information! The correct steam requirement will give us the opportunity to design/size the CSP correctly. We have been involved with the design of the upgrade, oversee the contractor, commissioning and startup of this Hospital 3yrs ago. (Hospital was without steam for 3 yrs., thus no hot water for patients, no laundry facilities – it was a huge expense for the Ministry to bridge this 3 yrs.!) The most critical is that nobody realizes that steam is actually the heart of the hospital, but the most neglected energy utility – THIS is common at all industries (worldwide) . We wish to also install 3 x steam flow meters as indicated FIT S01, FIT S02, FIT S03 and a flow meter on the condensate return FIT W01 and makeup water FIT WO2. #Energy Managers in embryo stage
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.
Botswana Tourism Organization is promoting and implementing National Ecotourism Strategy to advocate sustainable tourism development through the Botswana Ecotourism Certification System and its Ecotourism Standards for Accomodation and Ecotours. Encouraging the use of renewable energy as a source of clean energy. This has resulted in participation of around 76 licensed tourism so far. As other see the possible results more have also started participating. It is also starting to bear area of winning awards for sustainable tourism destinations, hence making it more attractive, efficiently and environmentally friendly tourism offering which gains competitive edge and cost effective operation over other tourism offering in the region more especially for the nature based tourism offering.