Winafrique Technologies Ltd was formed as an integrated renewable energy resource company in August 2001, with the objective of exploring the vast renewable energy market in East and Central Africa. The company's main emphasis has been on wind solar hybrid energy systems.
Winafrique actively participates in the development processes of all the projects it undertakes. This will normally be in conjunction with corporate bodies, Governments , NGO's and various other institutions. The key objective in our participation is to recommend green energy solutions that are not only sustainable, but are environmentally friendly and make good economic sense.
The company has successfully applied its renewable energy systems and powering equipment in various sectors , Telecommunication, schools lighting and ICT , water desalination, irrigation for farming and households . As it has now achieved its proof of concept objective ,that indeed renewable energy works and is sustainable ,it would like to extend these benefits to all other sectors of the economy.
The main solution categories at Winafrique are:
Hybrid Remote Alternative Power Systems.
Wind Power Solutions.
Solar Power Solutions.
Water Pumping Solutions.
Power Enhancing Solutions.
Energy Storage Solutions.
Success of the recommended solutions broadly depends on the reliability of the equipment used. Winafrique represents some of the most reputable companies associated with renewable energy products. Some products include:
Wind Turbines & Towers – Bergey from Bergey Wind Company U.S.A
Energy Storage System – VRB-ESS from VRB Power Systems Canada
Solar Panels- Sanyo from Sanyo (Pty) South Africa
DC Generators- Polar from Polar Power U.S.A
Power Inverters- Outback from Outback Power systems U.S.A
Power Enhancers- from Winafrique Technologies Ltd Kenya
DC Air conditioners- from DC Air Co, Netherlands.
Tyco Rectifiers- From B+W Electronics Germany
Among successful projects carried out by Winafrique include over 70 installations of Wind, Solar andDiesel hybrids to provide power to remote GSM base stations for telecommunication companies. WTL has also carried out 2 wind/solar hybrid solutions for International Committee of the Red Cross for water desalination plants in Kizingitini and Mtangawanda Islands in Lamu on the Kenyan coast.