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THE OPTIMUM PATH TO
We provide :
HYBRID POWER SOLUTIONS
Waste to Energy
TRADITIONAL POWER GENERATION
Liquid Fuel Plants
POWERING THE DEVELOPING ECONOMIES ON THE CONTINENT OF AFRICA
Approximately 600 million people in Africa still do not have access to electricity. At the same time, the overall population on the continent is set to exceed 2 billion before 2040. This population increase will certainly put further stress on the continent’s already insufficient energy supply resources. Moreover, economic growth will surely result from this population expansion, especially given African leaders’ commitment to Agenda 2063, which will give rise to the need for the development of additional energy infrastructure. In fact, experts predict that the energy demand on the African continent will rise by some 60% by the year 2040.
At Kamino Energy Ltd. we are committed to playing a role in this growth and development and to do so in a way that impacts positively upon the lives of the millions of people living in Africa. Our commitment is to efficiently utilize the natural resources available on the continent to bring cleaner, cost-effective energy solutions to Africa’s developing urban areas.
Natural Resource Solutions
Our commitment is to efficiently utilize the natural resources available on the continent to bring cleaner and more cost-effective energy solutions to the various developing urban cities.
Hybrid Solutions For The Future
Future grids will be hybrid consisting of Renewable Energy and traditional Thermal Plants, but Renewables will be the new Baseload and Thermal power the new peaking solutions
A system can be considered sustainable if it can stand the test of time and do so in the most economical and environmentally friendly way possible. Battery Energy Storage Systems coupled with Solar systems and in conjunction with very flexible Thermal plants as proven to be the most sustainable solutions because the Thermal Systems are able to provide the needed electricity when there is no sunshine and the Batteries are able to store and enable shifting of the energy produced from the solar if there is indeed excess solar production during the day time.
TO AFRICAN GRID SYSTEMS
Extreme weather events are not only shining an urgent light on climate change
and the need to accelerate the decarbonization journey,but these occurrences are also revealing the critical need for flexibility, resilience and reliability.
One of the primary challenges of this decarbonization journey is balancing power
as intermittent renewables increasingly displace traditional base load generation.
KAMINO ENERGY PARTNERS
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