Since 2011 Green has been actively involved in designing new projects, establishing and strengthening partnerships and installing micro distilleries around the world. Our work leads us to small villages in several different countries, each place holding its unique features.Where will be our next project?
Nigeria still faces serious problems derived from household indoor pollution generated by rudimentary cooking techniques. Despite its enormous natural richness, up to 95% of Nigeria’s population still lack access to electricity and rely on polluting fuels, such as imported diesel or health-damaging biomass. Green Social Biotehanol can contribute for changing this reality.
Uruguay is very concerned in increasing its energy security by making its energy mix more diverse. Green is proud of having played an important role in this process, installing the first ethanol micro-distillery of Uruguay, in the city of Artigas. The EMD will produce more than to 300,000 liters of bioethanol per year bringing local development for the region and its people.VIEW PROJECTS
In Guyana, oil imports have historically burdened the country and hampered its economy. In order to initiate a process of self-sufficiency, the government sought an energy solution through Green’s Social Bioethanol. This sustainable fuel can be mixed with gasoline in order to reduce expenditure on fuel imports and promoting local development.VIEW PROJECTS
Distillers grains derived from bioethanol production are very rich in protein, vitamins, fat and minerals animals need! Bagasse is an excellent source of protein for animal feeding. If you want to see happy cows and sheep, just give them a little bit of daily bagasse. Vinasse is a fantastic solution for aquaculture and a very beneficial organic fertilizer for crops.
Green’s way of producing energy is mostly concerned in reducing the damage we inflict upon our environment. It is not only energy efficient but because it is designed to operate in a small-scale, it respects the ecological boundaries of surrounding ecosystems. Thus natural resources are not over-exploited and the natural balance is safeguarded.
Social Bioethanol creates new direct job posts and also triggers further working opportunities in several other sectors. For instance, a 1,000 liters EMD using cassava employs directly circa 40 farmers with two hectars of land each. With Green's EMD local communities can add value to their crops by joining a sustainable production chain.
Green model of business is commited with promoting self-reliance through local income generation. Farmers increase their sales by supplying the EMD with local varieties of crops; people are trained and employed to operate the EMD; fuel is distributed around the area and sold in the market. This boosts local commerce and brings higher rates of economic return to communities.
Women are usually engaged in gathering woods sticks for firing, generating risk of violence and sexual abuse. This routine prevent them from pursuing an education or a source of income. Green’s EMD produces bioethanol that can be used as fuel for clean cookstoves improving the quality of life and work of many women around the world.
People must have a safe and stable access to modern and sustainable sources of energy in order to live well. However more than 38% of the entire global population suffers with a scenario of energy insecurity. Green is commited to end energy poverty. Our projects provide thousands of people with access to clean and affordable fuels next to their living areas.
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