Richbol Environmental Services Ltd is currently into the deployment of renewable energies for power generation, water production & purification and waste to energies system in Sub-Sahara Africa in partnership with Solarzentrum Bayern, GmbH, Germany - a leading global company that has expertise in Planning, Installation and Distribution of renewable energies.
It is a common knowledge that most countries and organizations operating in the developing countries like Africa presently generate the needed electricity through industrial generators/turbines that uses fossil fuels at unsustainable cost. This is also not environmental friendly as it increases the generation of Carbon Dioxide which is one of the Greenhouse Gasses (GHGs) that leads to global warming. Renewable energies therefore present an opportunities to generate the energies without any harm to the environment.The technologies offered include: ENERGY-Photovoltaics plants, Block heat and power plant, Alternative sources of light, Solar Cooling, Wind energy plant, Hydro power plant, WATER - Sea water preparation, Drinking Water processing, Vertical Fishfarming, WASTE TREATMENT - Waste Recycling,Tire preparation/Recycling, Battery Recycling,Sewage purification plant technology.
- These technologies runs on their own without any external source of fueling (No fuel of any sort is required for their operations). They are CDM projects which attract an annual grants for reducing carbon emission. Other benefits and advantages of this technologies include;
- Provision of constant (24hrs) electricity.
- Improved national productivity and enhanced industrial growth.
- Reduced monthly recurrent expenditure on running and maintenance of the generating set.
- Insulation from the ever increasing cost of petroleum products including diesel and gas.
- The cooling ability in Solarthermal system will also reduce expenditure on air conditioner purchase and maintenance.
- Annual grants / income from the carbon credit.
- Reduced carbon emission and environmental pollutions through the deployment of a renewable energy technology.