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AFRICA SOUTH EAST: HYDRO & IRRIGATION 2

 

map AFRICA SOUTH EAST HYDRO & IRRIGATION
map AFRICA SOUTH EAST HYDRO

Where does all this electricity come from? Congo River near Inga.

AFRICA SOUTH EAST HYDRO
map AFRICA SOUTH EAST HYDRO

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HUG HYDRO ELECTRICITY 2

 THE HUG

Our solution lies in a hydro kinetic energy system called the HUG Electricity in Remote Areas created from moving water. Electricity supply is worse in rural areas where four out of five people in Africa, are without electricity. The rate of rural electrification is lower than in any other continent. The proportion of people in Africa still depending on inefficient traditional energy sources is higher than in any other continent. 

We have developed the Proprietary HUG, based on the physics of the vortex, which will revolutionize hydroelectric energy. This new damless development of a submerged helical pathway is capable of extracting huge hydro-electric power from rivers, rapids or small waterfalls at low cost, especially in remote areas of the country where there are no dams.

HUG (Helical Unique Generation) is a New Good, which has never been seen before; it substantially deviates from any other good or service produced before. Over the past decades, no major breakthroughs have occurred in utilities.

The river flows into a pencil-shaped construction, called a HUG, which uses a helical turbine to power a large irrigation pump without the expense of electricity or diesel . When we direct the water to flow at its natural mode, it hugs the inner wall. This kind of vortex motion tends to accelerate and contract the stream of water four to five times faster than the river velocity.

 

HUG HYDRO ELECTRICITY
HUG HYDRO ELECTRICITY

In a River or Rapids:Bujagali_Falls

In a Waterfall:

WATERFALL HUG
WATERFALL HUG

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