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The Coalesce Company -- Kenyan Energy Development
The team at Coalesce represents the best in trans-global partnerships created to make distributed energy in the developing world work. The team at Coalesce is made up of energetic Kenyan's based in DC but traveling often to their country to find sites, feedstocks, and viable energy projects. As noted on the Projects page, Coalesce and TMC--known as CTMC to their many Kenyan contacts--are working on >100MW in solar outside of Nairobi and waste-to-energy projects in association with the government of Nakuru County.
Gearing up to Power Kenya.....
TMC Principal Rich Deming during a work session with Coalesce principals Kevin Muya and Shirline Brown.
NUEIG - Nigeria-USA Export & Investment Group
TerraMarCo is proud to announce that in October of 2013 it formalized a strategic partnership with the Nigeria-USA Export & Investment Group (NUEIG) to develop Waste-from-Energy renewable energy projects throughout that country. NUEIG has extensive contacts at all levels of the Nigerian public and private sectors, with a special emphasis on energy. NUEIG CEO Chief Funsho Abiri has been working to locate and vet ideal sites for TerraMarCo proprietary technology.
Follow the captions under the images at right to learn how Nigeria presents the perfect market for new, clean, modular, scalable waste to distributed energy projects.
Strategic Partnerships are key to successful global business
TerraMarCo principals Dan and Margaret Bicz, the Nigerian Ambassador H.E. Adebowale Ibidapo Adefuye, NUEIG CEO Chief Funsho Abiri President and TerraMarCo principal Rich Deming celebrate at the Nigerian Embassy.
Nigeria's population has exploded
By this estimate, in 2050 Nigeria will be the fourth most populated country in the world, just behind the United States.
A population using more energy per capita
Not only is the Nigerian population growing rapidly, it is also becoming more developed and using more energy per capita, setting up a startling need for new sources of power.
Oil and Gas Projects Cannot Keep Pace
This is a satellite image of an oil and gas operation in country. Nigeria produces an extraordinary amount of oil, the largest in Africa. Most of it is exported, accounting for 98% of Nigeria's export revenue.
As the population explodes, electrification lags
The percentage of households in Nigeria with electricity is actually declining as the population explodes. This dramatic increase also increases the flow of waste. All other sectors: commercial, industrial, tourism, suffer from the same electricity squeeze as demand exceeds supply, depressing economic development and growth.
Kronos Project Management
Kronos Project Management brings incredible depth and robust engineering and technical experience directly related to implementing power generation equipment. Additionally, Kronos provides "boots on the ground" project management, assisting TMI in successfully implementing projects and technologies.
Kronos principal Jean Sawaya has directly implemented energy projects in Canada, Africa and the Caribbean, and is has deep knowledge and experience in Energy-from-Waste projects. His years-long association with the principals of TerrMarCo give it a trusted team to deploy to implement cutting edge technology globally with the assurance that even in complex environments, expectations will be exceeded. Please learn more about Kronos here, or read Jean's bio here.