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Suxé Support Community Development

When a Suxé Bamboo fired Power Station is put in an area. 4,000 hectares of bamboo needed to be grown to fuel each 50MWe module. Suxé will help the local community form a Farmers Co-Operative, assist with obtaining financing and seed stock. In this way an average of 1,500 farmers will be granted long-term cotracts to supply the Power Station with bamboo. Those 1,500 full-time farmers will each employ a part-time work force to plant maintain and harvest the crop. Up to 10 employees at harvest time will create many jobs. Additional jobs will be created for independent contractors to transport the bamboo to the power station. Additionally, Suxé are a major contributor to charity and sponsor Shaking the Tree Foundation (www.sttfoundation.org)

Shaking the Tree Foundation

Waste management is a critical issue for most African cities as a result of the huge generation of mountains of waste stemming from increases in urban populations over the last few decades, coupled with access to consumer goods by a fast-growing middle class. And waste generation is expected to increase rapidly in the future. City authorities are therefore faced with the challenge of managing urban waste with limited resources at their disposal. Suxé can provide solutios to clean up city waste using Advanced Thermal Technologies, including Pyrolysis. Suxé can also supply a solution to recycle all glass bottles, normally thrown into landfills, and create from them useable glass building blocks for general construction and housing.

Community Benefits

By negotiation with the country's tax authority. Suxé propose using a percentage of the profits from sales of the generated electricity, to fund the development of a new garden town, located near to the Power Station. This of course requires prior agreements to be in-place with the tax office.

Alternatively, if the finances permit, such as the investment repayment has been cleared within the expected three years, then the taxes may be paid and the remaining profits maybe proportionally divided and put towards the garden town project or other community projects such as :- Road construction, street lighting, clinics, hospitals, hospices, orphanages, schools libraries.

SUXÉ and
Shaking the Tree

SUXÉ believe that big businesses should support humanitarian projects and that is why we fully support Shaking the Tree's initiatives in Africa.
Suxé offers continuous power generation from a locally grown fuel. Suxé offers continuous employment for farmers to supply under 20 year contracts. Suxe offers to pay farmers for such fuel at the going rate for sugar cane. Suxe will train all local employees to operate the entire plant. Suxe operations will operate the power station for an agreed period, usually a five year term. Suxe treat each power station as an investment company, to ensure zero corruption in Africa. Suxe will be able to monitor the entire power station via computerised accounting and internet equipment monitoring and control. Suxe will ensure the finance partners are repaid so that further investment power station companies may be financed in an on-going process, until Africa is brought into the First World Status. Suxe will invest the vast profits to the local community development programme and offset what it can against corporate taxation.
Although Suxé Energy Centres perform a complex task, they are fully automatic and require few skills to operate them. This makes them emminently suitable for remote regions where finding skilled staff is more difficult.

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Major Community Benefits

Firstly growing bamboo a "Green" energy solution creates many jobs in it's production and provides an income source in poorer rural areas.

Secondly, a series of symbiotic businesses placed near the community based power station dramatically improve the overall profitability and shorten the payback period. For example a Fish Farm, Hydroponics agriculture and animal feedlot. The excess water from the bamboo drying plant can be used to open a commercial fish farm and a hydroponics agriculture centre. The nutrient rich water water from the fish farm with the ash residue from burning bamboo mixed with manure from the feedlot will make a very high grade fertiliser. Excess fertiliser can be sold to the local farmers. Hydrated with the nutrient rich fish farm water will supply the hydroponics centre with all it needs, no need to buy expensive fertiliser.

By circulating the Fish farm water to the hydroponics centre the water is cleaned of all the nutrients which are toxic to the fish, but ideal for the plants as nutrients. Clean water is sent back to the fish farm, keeping the fish healty. Waste material from the vegetables when harvested can be fed to the animals in the feedlot. The overall benefits include the sales of electricity, fish, vegetables, excess biofuel and fertiliser. Making the community power station hugely profitable and a provider of many job opportunities and a source meat and vegetables. All of these will massively benefit the local community.

Advanced Thermal Technologies

Pyrolysis and gasification – how it works
Like incineration, pyrolysis, gasification and plasma technologies are thermal processes that use high temperatures to break down waste. The main difference is that they use less oxygen than traditional mass-burn incineration. However, it still has to meet the mandatory emissions limits. These technologies are sometimes are known as Advanced Thermal Technologies or Alternative Conversion Technologies. They typically rely on carbon-based waste such as paper, petroleum-based wastes like plastics, and organic materials such as food scraps. The waste is broken down to create gas, solid and liquid residues. The gases can then be combusted in a secondary process. The pyrolysis process thermally degrades waste in the absence of air (and oxygen). Gasification is a process in which materials are exposed to some oxygen, but not enough to allow combustion to occur. Temperatures are usually above 750 C. In some systems the pyrolysis phase is followed by a second gasification stage, in order that more of the energy carrying gases are liberated from the waste. The main product of gasification and pyrolysis is syngas, which is composed mainly of carbon monoxide and hydrogen (85 per cent), with smaller quantities of carbon dioxide, nitrogen, methane and various other hydrocarbon gases. Syngas has a calorific value, so it can returned to the Suxé burner to be used as a fuel to generate heat for the gasification process or as a basic chemical feedstock in the petrochemical and refining industries. The calorific value of this syngas will depend upon the composition of the input waste to the gasifier.


The feedstock may be in the form of a refuse derived fuel, produced by a Mechanical Biological Treatment plant or an autoclave. Alternatively, the plant may take mixed waste and process it first through some sort of materials recycling facility, to remove some recyclables and materials that have no calorific value (e.g. grit) The Suxé burner sends a clean flame at between approx 750 C and 900 C) into a combustion chamber containing a gasifier unit. The waste fuel is passed through the gasifier, heating the waste in a low-oxygen atmosphere which produces a gas, oils and char (ash). Then the gas is passed through a Scrubber (Cleaning the gas to remove some of the particulates, hydrocarbons and soluble matter. The scrubbed gas is then collected and may be used in another process or could be fed back into the Suxé burner to be combusted with oxygen. The Suxé Burner produces a clean flame to heat up the gasifier the excess heat can be used to turn the Suxé Air Turbine to generate electricity and, in some cases, heat (through combined heat and power – CHP). .

Suxé's Alternatives to Pyrolysis

Suxé's unique combustion technology employs very high temperature combustion and complete control of the input oxygen to guarantee perfect combustion conditions. 100% perfect combustion requires the excess oxygen to be an close to zero as possible, thereby denying the opportunity for this excess oxygen to combine with Nitrogen or Sulphur to create NOX or SO2. High temperature combustion allows Suxé to burn this waste derived fuel in pelletised form directly or mixed with a secondary fuel (such as coal). No syngas woule be collected using this method

Standards & Delivery

All Suxé products are constructed to the most stringent European standards, Suxé completely comply with BS EN 1090 and IS 9002 standards. Delivery of any Suxé plant is generally in under 6 months from order placement.

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SUXÉ is striving to build a better world in Africa

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  • What Suxé can do for the community

    • Bamboo Cultivation

      Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants in the world and due to the speed with which bamboo grows and the low production costs. Bamboo provides the cheapest electricity generated from a fuel source anywhere in the World! This guarantees the maximum profitability for the Community Power Station.
      Moreover it's a Renewable Energy Solution!

    • Employment Opportunities

      Putting a Suxé Community Power station in an area creates employment for local farmers, who can band together in a Co-Operative to supply the power station with bamboo. This will create 1,500 permanent and many thousands of temporary jobs. Additionally transport companies will be needed to ship the bamboo to the power station.

    • Additional Community Projects

      Suxé's Energy Centre will produce a large quantity of clean sterilised water from drying the bamboo. This can be used to establish 'profit making' ancilliary businesses around the Power Station. Examples of this would be, Hydroponics vegetable growing, Feedlot, Water bottling plant, Fertiliser production, waste glass recycling and a commercial fish farm. All of these profitable add-on businesses will create many job opportunities within the community.

    • Community Projects

      Suxé plan to take a percentage of the profit generated from the production of electricity and plough that back into local community projects. These may include but are not limited to, chools, clinics, hopitals, hospices, community Centres, libraries , road making, streetlighting and many more.

    • Community sponsored projects

      Suxé's also plan to take suggestions from the local community for other humanitarian projects within the area around the power station. The winning projects will be wholly or partly funded and managed by the Power Station.

    • Garden City or Garden Town

      Where larger power stations are located within a community, such as a 200-400MWe power station, Suxé may consider foregoing the investment in the above projects in favour of creating a whole new Garden City or Town from the profits for the benefit of the local residents. Suxé's aim is to help raise the standard of living for the people in rural areas, where amenities are far away or don't exist.

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