One hour of solar radiation to earth is equal to the total human energy consumption for ONE year.
Think about that and you realize the potential in our business idea.
So do we really have an energy crisis or just a lack of technology?
Through own developed technology Global Green One utilizes residues and crop from
agricultural production and produces green electricity, bio-ethanol, food oils and proteins,
as well as thermal heat.
In upcoming projects we will also produce bioenergy and biofuels from seaweed.
Nov 13th 2017:
First CO2 rise in four years puts pressure on Paris targets.
Global emissions of CO2 in 2017 are projected to rise for the first time in four years, dashing hopes that a peak might soon be reached.
Oct 30th 2017:
WMO: Greenhouse gas concentrations surge to new recor
Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere surged at a record-breaking speed in 2016 to the highest level in 800 000 years, according to the World Meteorological Organization's Greenhouse Gas Bulletin.
Aug 16th 2017:
China is getting serious about biomass power
Vaughan Bassett presents at a two-day biomass co-firing workshop in Beijing in June.
Oct 17th 2016:
Global Green Technology new bio energy platform is ready to be introduced to the market
Combines feedstock from crop residues with wood residues and municipality bio waste in one production facility. Main products are green certified electricity, US certified drinking water, fertilizers, silica, phosphorus and sugar content carbohydrates. Built on a floater (vessel or barge) the energy plant proves an interesting flexibility to site owners in critical areas around the world, to foreign aid organizations, as well as to investors.
Aug 8th 2016:
Global Green Technology to take over all Global Green One assets and operations
Global Green One is no longer in operation. Company owners, project owners and licencees have resolved and decided that all relevant assets and user licences to be transferred to Global Green Technology
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