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Date: Wed, 19 May 2010 10:17:19 +0000
Name: Agbogun James Otejiri
Date Of Birth: 27 July, 1979.
Adress: Savona, Italy..

http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/african-biogas-energy

AFRICAN BIOGAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

The Project shall be treated under the following titles: Place, Challenge, Idea, and money.

THE PLACE

The First project shall be in Igun village in the South south zone (otherwise called Niger Delta oil region) of Nigeria. The Village represent a small community that is peculiar to the total population of a street. This is important because we are going to treat Urban areas in batches as streets, group of houses or Individuals. Also, the village represents an Indigenous environment that could become a model for a green village. It is also close to areas of oil exploration where the associated crimes and pollution are apparent. The example of this project could distract from the Initial. The benefit associated, in terms of job creation and others can easily be distributed. Finally, the population can easily be managed.

THE CHALLENGE
The Aims are as follows:
To provide a cheap and affordable source of Energy for poor people of Africa and around the World.
To control or solve the problem of deforestation and pollution
To give employment to local people
To boost commercial activities in local environment

To reduce or eradicate noise pollution associated with diesel generators that are rampant in Nigeria.
To give an alternative source of energy
To create communication source for local people
To promote, teach and demonstrate simple and workable technology for local people
To design a business model for development in Africa
To distract from the ills associated with oil exploration.
To solve the problem of epileptic power supply in Nigeria and beyond
To boost Agricultural activities with ready source of Manure.
To use local labour to build cheap and affordable facilities for local people.
To promote the use of locally made materials and self sufficiency.



THE IDEA

The Idea is the materialisation of my evoke Biogas project as shown in my "Power shift" (http://www.urgentevoke.com/photo/003-power-shift?context=user) approach. We shall begin to reconstruct or construct the toilet system of the people so that they will be able to trap heating gas anaerobically generated. We will design and make special tanks from simple and cheap materials for the various connection and reaction systems that will eventually generate the gas. The gas will be used to generate heat which will vapourise water to form steam that will rotate the simple turbine or piston necessary to rotate electromagnetic motor which will generate electric current.

The Theory behind this project is as simplified in Biomass as a Fuel |Biogas | TutorVista.com

The Power output of Alternators shall be from tens of KVA to Hundreds. Alternators of this range are already rampant in the Nigerian market. It is so popular that every time public electric power goes out in Urban areas, we feel the Irritating noise that tends to tell that every household is in possession of one.
Every component needed to effect this project are already in Existence. What we are going to do is to combine them with a process that will generate a vast commercial activity.
We shall make use of local labour and locally made materials to reduce cost. We can also improvise in the case of certain components that should have been imported. Example of such components is the piston.

THE MONEY

The Money will support the Fund necessary to build the Prototype project which will be the foundation for the future project.Such amount can cover the cost of two or more Alternators depending on the size and output. Energy from this project will be free and supplied to the poorest people. Phase two will take place simultaneously, but will be towards the supply of very cheap and affordable energy. And I must not forget to state the enormous revenue generation potential of this Project. As such, every amount invested will be recovered with profit which will be used to replicate another project. F

Thank You!

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Comment by Ternura Rojas on May 19, 2010 at 12:20pm
Hello, please do not forget to add your name and email address to the body of the post, to make it official. Good luck!
Comment by Chengyuan High School on May 19, 2010 at 3:34pm
I believe that those "local people" will benefit a lot from your promising program.
Comment by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 20, 2010 at 1:46am
Date: Wed, 19 May 2010 10:17:19 +0000
Name: Agbogun James Otejiri
Date Of Birth: 27 July, 1979.
Adress: Via F. Turati 13/F, Interno 2.
17100
Savona,
Italy.
Phone number: 00393473687876.

http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/african-biogas-energy

AFRICAN BIOGAS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

The Project shall be treated under the following titles: Place, Challenge, Idea, and money.

THE PLACE

The First project shall be in Igun village in the South-south oil region of Nigeria. The Village represent a small community that is peculiar to the total population of a street. This is important because we are going to threat Urban areas in batches as streets, group of houses or Individuals. Also, the village is a representative of Indigenous environment that could become a model for a green village. The village is also close to areas of oil exploration where crime and pollution are apparent. The example of this project could distract from the Initial. The benefit associated, in terms of job creation and others can easily be distributed. Lastly, the population can easily be managed

THE CHALLENGE
The Aims are as follows:
To provide a cheap and affordable source of Energy for poor people of Africa and around the World.
To control or solve the problem of deforestation and pollution
To give employment to local people
To boost commercial activities in local environment
To give an alternative source of energy
To create communication source for local people
To promote, teach and demonstrate simple and workable technology for local people
To design a business model for development in Africa
To distract from the ills associated with oil exploration.
To solve the problem of epileptic power supply in Nigeria and beyond
To boost Agricultural activities with ready source of Manure.
To use local labour to build cheap and affordable facilities for local people.
To promote the use of locally made materials and self sufficiency.

THE IDEA

The Idea is the materialisation of my evoke Biogas project as shown in my "Power shift" approach. We shall begin to reconstruct or construct the toilet system of the people so that they will be able to trap heating gas anaerobically generated. We will design and make special thanks from simple and cheap materials such as PVC as various connection and reaction systems that will eventually generate the gas. The gas will be used to generate heat which will power the simple turbine or piston necessary to rotate electromagnetic motor which will generate electricity.
Every component needed to effect this project are already in Existence. What we are going to do is to combine them. The system and the materials generation process will generate a lot of commercial activities.
We shall make use of local labour and locally made materials to reduce cost. as for materials such as PVC thanks, we can also improvise.

THE MONEY

The Money will support the Fund necessary to build the Prototype project which will be the foundation for the future project. Energy from this project will be free and supplied to the poorest people. Phase two will take place simultaneously, but will be towards the supply of very cheap and affordable energy.

Thank You!
Comment by Buffy B on July 26, 2010 at 5:52pm
Huge congratulations on having your Evokation selected, great idea!
Comment by Agbogun James Otejiri on July 26, 2010 at 7:09pm
Thanks Buffy B for the very important comment. We are at the crucial moment where the support of every agent will really mean a lot.
Comment by Agbogun James Otejiri on August 4, 2010 at 11:53pm
Thanks very much Chris! The report is ready. It will be added in the morning. I will really appreciate it if you could take the time to examine it.

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