Our focus is long-term in the face of a challenging climate.
Our vision for development incorporates specific and targeted program initiatives that provide the possibility and opportunity of vulnerable communities in developing countries to mitigate and reduce their contribution to global warming.
Africa is the poorest continent in the world: it has 34 of the world’s 48 least developed countries and almost half the continent (more than half a billion) lives in extreme poverty. Africa has the highest proportion of people living in extreme poverty and is expected to make up to 60 percent of the world’s extreme poor.
We campaign, promote and advocate the provision of renewable, sustainable modern technology and equipment to the energy poor in order to prevent the loss of lives; relieve the burden of poverty and significantly reduce the overwhelming amount of CO2 emissions released into our Planet’s atmosphere.
- LPG technology as a means to replace biomass and biogas fuelled cooking;
- the development and manufacture of clean fuel cook stoves in order to improve cooking efficiency and reduction of carbon emissions);
- the development and manufacture of education based portable solar energised lanterns/lights in order to replace kerosene and other dirty like fuel powered lights to enable children to study during evening hours;
- the development and manufacture of portable solar powered light and device capable charger (capable of charging 2 USB equipped mobile phones/iPads/Tablets) in order to provide light and replace kerosene and/or other dirty like fuel powered light, increase comfort, health and productivity;
- the development and manufacture of solar lighting and energy hubs for off-grid homes; business; medical centres and hospitals in order to provide high powered fixed room lights, refrigeration and appliance charging;
The Access 2 Energy initiative further aims to empower adolescent girls to serve as clean cook stove and clean fuel advocates within their local communities.