Caribbean residents changing the way Energy will be produced: Anguillian Subsidiary launches energy generation and integration system

Caribbean-based Power Electronics expert Carl Duinkerk and Business development professional Kareem Rombley, went to the Smart Electricity World Latam Conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil to launch an energy a production system there company Mango Green have been developing since 2007.

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The system products utility scale reliable energy production without using fossil fuel, it features power control and management functions and it can provide a bridge to a smarter grid without the long implementation process.

The conference opened with Keynote by director of ANEEL (Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency) on “The view above” regulatory issues in Brazil. The other leading power companies discussed their problems with implementing the Smart Grid, which is currently the best solution for managing your power infrastructure and lowering power losses on the grid.

Mango Green’s Kareem Rombley; announced their Renewable Power House system, which features advances in magnetic levitation, reduced cogging generation and hydrogen generation technologies. As the Bridge to a Smarter Grid solution for Utility companies to reduce their dependency on fossil fuel, provide a shorter implementation process and reduce there existing capital risk.

Carl Duinkerk Chief Technology Officer followed with a panel discussion “Mobilizing energy sources and extending the Grid” where executives from the biggest energy produces in Latin America discussed the problems with the rising cost of energy, currently there long 20 year process of implementing a Smart Grid and the cost of extending the grid.

Carl explained how the Renewable Power House can integrate in a plug and play method on the grid without high implementation; providing automation and control of substations and transmission equipment and self healing on the grid. He further explained power provides should use these types of innovations which can reduce the implementation time of a Smart Grid by 80% and provide immediate return on investment on day one.

Several utility companies was present as invited guest of Mango Green; they discussed how the system can eliminate their present constant rising fuel cost, reduce the cost of overall ownership of their power plant and utility network.

The Commercial Officer explained their plan to finalize their backlog of projects for this quarter and continue discussions with the utility and real estate development markets in Latin America and the Caribbean. His future explained their goal to provide energy security for Caribbean nations and provide better quality energy on the grid.

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