Electricity Access

Energy a basic right. Energy poor communities will stay poor.

Electricity is essential for safeguarding basic rights, as its application is far-reaching, from health and security to entertainment and education. Around 1.5 billion people worldwide have no access to electric energy and its many benefits.

Energy poverty is a consequence of grids lacking in quality or range, and can be solved with projects that aim to equip rural communities with autonomy. By using ethanol-powered generators alongside Micro Distilleries, we empower communities, promoting sustainable energy inclusion.

In recent years, Bioethanol has begun to be used as a source for energy generation in new specific or flex generators, instead of diesel. The environmental benefits are huge, given that it reduces polluting gas emmissions by almost 70%.

We commit to doing all within our reach in order to help meet the UN goal of ensuring universal access to modern energy services by 2030.

Energy powers opportunities!!!