Sustainable Energy Solutions for Rural Areas
Production of Sustainable Energy, Fuel and Food by Solarix
The Sustainer is a unique solution to create Fuel and Power in remote areas. It is a containerized 'power box' for the production of different types of energy. For example in large parts of rural Africa, only 5 to 20% of the population has direct access to electricity. In many situations, access to energy would enable development, higher productivity, better education and the possibility to tap in on locally available recourses. This makes expensive imports of mineral fuel superfluous.
The Sustainer produces sustainable edible oil, biogas, electricity, animal feed and biodiesel. Local available seeds can be converted to oil, fuel and animal feed. The electricity generated by wind and/or sun can be used directly, supplied to a grid but is automatically 'stored' in the battery pack. This power can be used during evening and nights or in times of low sun and wind availability.
The Sustainer is built in a 20ft container frame and can be transported on a standard truck to any harbor and every location around the globe. It can be fully up and running in 12 hours.
Jeroen Lindeboom, Visuele Zaken
Sustainer. Numerous possibilities.
- Edible oil
- Animal feed
- Wind energy
- Solar energy
- 24 hrs / day electricity
- Waterpump and water purification
When running on full capacity, the residual cake is sufficient to feed 25 cows per day or hundreds of chickens. With 600 liters biodiesel of oil produced it is possible to run a generator with a capacity of 2,400 kW per day.
The Sustainer is an intelligent investment, empowering People and Planet issues and therefore securing sustainable revenues. The price of the Sustainer starts at € 53,000.- ex VAT. This model includes oil extraction, basic filtration, a generator, a small solar panel and a battery pack.
Many combinations are possible depending on the local situation.
Would you like to know more about the Sustainer? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Video: project Kenya Eco Energy