Solar Energy, distribution and installation
Uganda is a country that is heavily reliant on Hydropower. A non-renewable resource, this has created the need for alternative sustainable energy options. By installing solar in large institutions, bold energy intends to reduce the dependence on hydro power and subsequently reducing its negative effects.
Care and maintenance of solar systems.
Environment-friendly energy saving Stoves.
A large percentage of women in Uganda are exposed to carbon monoxide and sulphur dioxide that are released from the burning wood in three-stone stoves creating an immediate danger to the health of more than 50% of Uganda’s women who spend their lifetimes inhaling these fumes in their kitchens. With the stove, bold energy intends to create a safer and healthier mode of putting food on the table.
Improved Cooking Stoves (ICS)
Improved Cooking Stoves (ICS) will be designed to be energy-efficient, which translates into theconsumption of less fuel wood or charcoal, saving on time and resulting in less production of harmfulsmoke in comparison to the traditional stoves. The use of ICS leads to reduction of pressure on forest and energy resources.
Gasifier stoves allow for cleaner cooking than traditional cooking stoves and use typical fuels such as dry firewood, sawdust, agricultural waste (e.g. coconut shells, husks, twigs), wood shavings, chunks or twigs among others. The gasifier uses the process of converting biomass fuel into combustible gases through intense heating resulting in a clean flame.
Bio gas consultancy and services
- Gas packaging
- Charcoal Briquettes
- Cooking stoves
Briquette making is the process of pressing and compacting biomass waste materials to produce fuel. The main source of raw materials to make briquettes are sawdust, coffee husk, charcoal dust, ground nut husk, wheat bran, coconut husk among others. Briquettes are used as fuel in household, institutions and industries.
Biogas refers to a gas produced by the biological breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. Biogas is produced by anaerobic digestion or fermentation of biodegradable materials such as biomass, manure, sewage, municipal waste, green waste and energy crops. Biogas can provide a clean, easily controlled source of renewable energy from organic waste materials, replacing firewood or fossil fuels.