PSECC Solar Farms an initiative of PSECC Ltd
Publications - reports -
worked on by
Steve Filary & Alan Brewer
International Waste Management
Credentials & Reports
Director Stephen Filary - Technical Consultant Alan Brewer
Credentials, Publications - Solar & Waste Management
Our Africa Renewable Energy work
1998 to 2002 - Some of our waste management technology
We are now developing Solar Farms in Kenya with our partners Riara University and also establishing the first Renewable Energy Institute for Clean Energy in Kenya called RICE.
Alan Brewer & Steve Filary had direct input into UK Waste Strategy formulation and is able to design and develop Integrated Waste Management plants to reuse, recycle upto 90% of MSW waste stream, in some cases 100% waste reduction - zero emission, zero landfill.. Proposals already submitted to Portsmouth City, Gdansk, Hong Kong, Mumbia and Sofia.
Solar PV Social Housing project did go ahead and Alan Brewer was responsible for all the FREE Solar PV installs in Leigh Park Social Housing with the company Freetricity Plc he was an advisor to and a partner in.
We are assisting the Paris Agreement in MItigating against Climate change and Global Warming increases. We have been active twenty years before the Paris Agreement. 1.5 Degree C Consistent pathways.
PSECC Ltd have Action Plan Agreements in place with the UK Government UKTi for our work in Africa with Solar Farm and OFF Grid Solar PV work. Also support from the UN / UK REPP programme for Simbrofo.
Both Simbrofo & Konza Solar Farm projects are on the UN PFAN platform for project finance.
PSECC Ltd have also registered Simbrofo Light Ghana Ltd & UK Ltd to progress forward our Solar Farm programme in Ghana. Our Simbrofo Solar Farm has gained a United Nations Engagement letter of supoort for the project. Interest being shown by six states in the USA for our Solar Farms