Renewable Energy for a Sustainable World.
It is future,we make it bright!
Energy consumption has increased by an order of magnitude over the last half century. Quality of life has not increased by an order of magnitude. With advances in energy efficiency and energy conservation techniques, the entire planet can live very comfortably at a reduced and sustainable level of energy consumption. We conclude that a renewable energy-based future is desirable, possible and inevitable.
We can create a more sustainable, cleaner and safer world
by making wiser energy choices!Robert Alan Silverstein
Whether you’re looking to build a small scale distributed generation solar energy system—or a utility-scale solar project, ABROS green GmbH simplifies the entire process by consolidating all of the services you need under one roof.
ABROS green GmbH is a provider of on- & off-grid-connected photovoltaic systems and independent solar thermal systems. In Africa, we are specialized in independent power supplies for rural electrification of villages, street lights, water pumps for drinking water and basic electrification of households.
The basic building block of peace and security for all peoples is economic and social security, anchored in sustainable development. It is a key to all problems. Why? Because it allows us to address all the great issues—poverty, climate, environment and political stability—as parts of the whole.Ban Ki-moon
ABROS green GmbH has lunched a relief project to support the Bunabumali Good Samaritan Orphan & Needy project with: -Solar Bakery -PV solar system to cover all your power needs including the school...
The next time you turn on the stove to boil water, think about this: Between 50 and 60 percent of the world’s population — more than 3 billion people — still build fires with wood and other biofuels to cook meals.
Even though a socio-economic analysis of a project may demonstrate that it has a net benefit and is hence desirable for a country to implement, it does not follow that the project can generate the cash flow needed for implementation
Over 1.2 billion people - 20% of the world's population - are still without access to electricity worldwide, almost all of whom live in developing countries. This includes about 550 million in Africa, and over 400 million in India.