Victor NooNoo, David & Shiro have also joined us as a partner in the Ghana projects and are key instruments in our success in Ghana.
Our development partners include Riara University in Kenya together with the team at Questworks & ReSol Ltd - Nairobi, Kenya. FEP Group and 333Finance are heping us in Ghana, Uganda, Kenya and Tunisia.
PTL Enterprises Ltd are assisting us with our work in Ghana with the lead consultant Michael Mikado.
Alan Brewer MSc
Comprehensive Client support you can trust. Sustainable Energy - Sustainable Communities
CO2 emission reduction and Solar Farms -Our teams in the UK and beyond have a well-deserved reputation of excellence over twenty three years in Earth Summit agreements, providing smart, sensible, and cost-effective CO2 emission reduction, Solar Farm, Solar PV, Energy Policy, Energy Strategy and Integrated Waste Management business solutions for our clients in the UK. We are active in Ghana, Kenya, Botswana, DR Congo, Nigeria & India and hope to develop Mini Grid Solar PV systems & Solar Farms with our funding & EPC partners.
We have Researched and written one of the first UK City Energy Policies in 1995 under Agenda 21 Sustainable Energy programming. We have to assess risks to investment and political stability of a Country or client and Energy company Off Tacker together with PPA and FIT payments before we can finance a project.
We were until five years ago a Not-for-Profit organisation and then launched PSECC Ltd & PSECC Solar Farms Ltd and Simbrofo Light Ghana Ltd in Ghana and the UK.
We form links to make communities more sustainable and have obtained backing from the UKTi programme. Often backing is also gained from the UK Government UKTi and Actions plans established for client projects are in place. Will endeavour to meet all project requirements for technology choice, partners and funding for each project. We are active in the UK, Kenya, Ghana, Iran, Bulgaria, USA and also seeking emerging markets such as the Ukraine and Tunisia.
Often, more than one area of expertise is required with international Developmen in places like Ghana,we provide all exertese within one company, Negotiation, Site identification,Design, Finance and EPC in order to build solar farms and we use local companies and workforce.
We serve a wide range of clientele, experience in writing City Energy Policy & Startegy, County engagement and every client relationship is valued greatly and treated with dignity and respect. Each engagement benefits from the depth and breadth of our expertise.
For the past five years, he’s been president, CEO and Director of Natcore Technology, a solar R&D company that’s listed on the Toronto Venture Exchange, where it was named to the prestigious TSX Venture 50 list for two consecutive years. (Chuck is successfully growing what was a half-pint in the solar industry into a gallon jug of nanotechnology.)
He is also a managing director of DragonFly Energy Holdings, LLC, which is a waste-to-energy company.Chuck Provini holds an engineering degree from the U.S. Naval Academy and a Masters from the University of Oklahoma. At Annapolis, he was a leadership instructor and chairman of the Academy’s Honor Board. (To this day, he takes the Naval Academy’s Honor Code very seriously. He expects his staff to do the same.)
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Areas of PSECC Activity
Kenya - five years on from our first move into Kenya to take forward our Resource Ownership concept we developed for Hampshire County Council in the UK, a final breakthrough was made with partners Riara University in Nairobi to build the first 10MW Solar Farm at Konza in Kenya.
We guarantee effective and knowledgeable representation for you and your Solar business needs. Our reputation and history of success with our clients and their business needs speaks for itself. There's no substitution for the best.
The complex, important, and often ground-breaking international CO2 emission reduction and Solar business matters on which we work can attract the best and brightest engineers & scientists from around the world. And we've been lucky enough to hire and collaborate with the best of the best in each country of operation in the business of Solar farm development sector.
Whether you are looking to get started with a solar farm or it's in need of some negotiation skills, you can rest assured that we’re going to help you. We’re committed to providing you with top notch support and Solar knowledge. We approach every client with a focus on integrity, dedication, and understanding.
SOlar PV costs coming down all the time
PGE is our prefered Solar & Wind Farm company
We are trying to assist in 15% fundng provision for the $5.8 Billion Hydro project in Nigeria.
There are eight African countries that have the greatest wind energy potential among the world’s developing nations.
“In sub-Saharan Africa, high quality wind resources are confined to a few areas, mainly the Horn of Africa, eastern Kenya, parts of West and Central Africa bordering on the Sahara and parts of Southern Africa, according to the Africa Energy Outlook report.
“Somalia has the highest onshore potential of any country, followed by Sudan, Libya, Mauritania, Egypt, Madagascar and Kenya.”
David Tamakloe (left) - key player in the Simbrofo solar farm project. MD of the Ghana SPV company Simbrofo Light Ghana Ltd
The Simbrofo 20MW Solar Farm in Ghana will save 480,000 tonnes of CO2 over twenty years
Tabby Macharia, aove left & Edith (Shiro) Samuel to her right - Kenya & Ghana - our team is dedicated to take care of our customers during a Solar Farm consultation - that includes offering free initial consultations for our clients & our services. We offer our business development skills and contacts to facilitate, capitalize and enhance each stage of a solar farm project.
Charles R. Provini MSc- President of Natcore Technology Inc in New York - USA. Natcore are partnering us with solar farm development in the USA and also we are assisting them with raising finance for product development. PSECC Ltd were given permission by Al Gore's team to use the Inconvenient Truth Video for work with Schools in the UK.
Technical staff at Fountain Technologies Ltd will be assisting our EPC company with Solar PV installations and Sub station work in both Ghana and Kenya.
2018 - PSECC Ltd is assisting the President with Technology choices, funding in the Waste & Energy sectors.
Alan Brewer CEO - in dicussons with (left) Mrs Edith (Shiro) Ramau (Samuel) & Mr David Tamakloe in 2015 at Lakseide to discus the possibility of solar farms for Ghana.By 2016 we are now negotiating our first of three PPA's in Ghana for a 20MW Solar Farm at Simbrofo in the Central region.
Ghana- Mr Michael Mikado CEO of PTL Enterprises Ltd in Ghana seen here at launch of a Chinese 20MW solar farm, left talking with the Minister of Power 2nd left of centre. Our Ghanalight Solar Farm projects will have Solar PV Tracking and give back to the peoples around each of our solar farms - Revenue share portion to be used for FREE Solar PV panels (20W) for villagers, Solar Water Pumps together with Solar Street Lighting. The landowner will also gain a revenue stream from the Solar Farm - our first being at Simbrofo.
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Our Solar Farms & Wind Farm projects
About our company
Integrity - Leadership
Mr Blaise Becka (below) is our PSECC assistant for all African Countries other than Kenya..
Top CO2 Emissions by Country - 2016
PSECC Solar Farms an initiative of PSECC Ltd
Our mission is to help reduce the CO2 emissions through deployment of Solar Farms and single axis trackers.
Wind Farms - we are able to provide development and funding mechanisms
A flurry of signed deals and ground breaking for new wind farm projects has taken place during the last few months, including several finished projects that have just gone online.
And there is no sign of the pace slowing.
“I think the pace of development will only increase from here on out,” Steve Sawyer, Global Wind Energy Council’s Secretary General told AFKInsider.
“The Wind power capacity in sub-Saharan Africa increases by around 12 gigawatts by 2040,” according to the “New Policies Scenario” of the October International Energy Agency’s Africa Energy Outlook Report.
A Feb. 10 report from the Global Wind Energy Council notes the global wind industry added a record-breaking 51,477 megawatts of installed capacity in 2014, a 44 percent increase from the previous year. The statistics are “a solid sign of the recovery of the industry after a rough patch in the past few years,” according to the report.
A separate Feb. 5 report from the World Wind Energy Association concurs.
In a written statement, Stefan Gsänger, WWEA Secretary General noted that wind power investment is “still speeding up at an enormous pace,” and the “new markets in Latin America as well as in Africa are reflecting the importance which wind power is now playing in the electricity supply, as a cheap and reliable power source.”
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