Earth’s Natural Resources
Energy Inc. is
a renewable energy company headquartered
in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. WalAm is working with
power utilities, industries and governments to build
a viable, sustainable and value-based global energy
portfolio focusing primarily on Geothermal, Run-of-the-River,
and Wind Power generation
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||Environmental and Social Impact Assessment ('ESIA') completed on October 13, 2011.
Kenya Geothermal Prospect
On March 23, 2011, Kenya Ministry of Energy issued a letter to WalAm granting approval to negotiate a Power Purchase Agreement (‘PPA’) with The Kenya Power and Lighting Company for its Kenya Suswa Geothermal project development. Discussions are anticipated to commence mid to late October 2011, and be finalized thereafter.
Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (‘ESIA’) review has been completed and no adverse impacts to prevent development are noted within the report. This report was submitted to the Kenya Ministry of Energy on November 4, 2011. No adverse comments received.
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The renewable energy sector is growing
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Geothermal – harnessing the earth’s
heat to create sustainable energy.
Run-of-the-River – Alternative
energy that captures energy through this low impact energy source.
Wind – The
clean, natural source of energy all across the world.
Geothermal occupies .3% of the worldwide energy use and is used
in over 70 countries. Approximately 11 GW of electricity is generated
and hydroelectric power produces 20% of the world’s
energy. Current capacity is estimated at over 860 GW, the majority
from large plants and the remainder from smaller installations.
Wind Power - Worldwide wind farm capacity reaches about 215,000
MW, representing an increase of 23 percent during the year and
wind power supplied some 3% of global electricity demand.