Lapsset Corridor

Lapsset Corridor is a Presidential Flagship project & could be a COP28 Flagship project

PSECC Ltd – Lapsset Corridor Energy & Water Strategy coordinators

Lapsset Corridor – USD $50 Billion

This is not an official LCDA or Kenya Government site but simply serves as a PSECC Ltd initiative tool for communicating COP28 aspirations and possible Lapsset Corridor Energy proposals for consideration

“Climate Change Mitigation is NOT a burden BUT an opportunity” – PSECC Ltd

Alan Brewer MSc. of PSECC Ltd is to be appointed as the Energy Strategy Coordinator

PSECC Ltd will work towards a COP28 compliant flagship project, Electricity & Water being put on a sustainable footing for Kenya

Revenue generation for Kenya – Full funding arranged through Afri-Fund-Capital – PSECC Ltd – Credinvest International & UK Export Finance and other funders – Renewable Energy projects will pay for themselves and provide funding for further Climate Change Mitigation

PSECC Ltd Energy proposals for Kenya could save in total the CO2 Emission reduction (lower limit) – 65.70 million tons per year to 85 million tons per year upper limit of Carbon Dioxide in the Lapsset Corridor & Kenya. If the Renewable Energy developments within the Lapsset Corridor and Kenya equate to savings of carbon dioxide each year of 85 million tons per year then the value obtained by selling carbon credits will be US $3.4 Billion each year.

Renewable Energies for Lapsset Corridor

Meeting on the 8th January 2024 with LCDA – NEPAD – Afri-Fund-Capital

Credinvest International

PSECC Ltd – Energy Transition for Kenya & Lapsset Corridor, Adaption does not have to cause financial burden on a Country – we will work with COP28 advisors and tools to enable an Adaptive Transition.

Africa is the most affected yet least responsible for climate change

Power Shift Africa aims to mobilise climate action in Africa, amplify African voices through increased visibility in media; and leverage this voice internationally.

The Lapsset Corridor must be developed taking account of COP28 Climate Change Mitigation aspirations and agreements. PSECC Ltd, active in Kenya since 2012 recommend that the Government “Own the Resources (30%)” receive funding and receive revenues – least cost, best value electricity supplied at $0.05 KWh

Partners are Afri-Fund-Capital – Credinvest International – PSECC Ltd for Energy coordination.

The UK and local partners in Kenya launch a tool that aims to identify energy secure pathways for energy demand and supply between 2015 and 2050.

COP28 Adaptation and Energy Transition

Current GHS emissions for Kenya

PSECC Ltd Energy recommendations for Climate Change Mitigation – Net Zero (moving the black line down – total emissions).

UK model

SDG’s important for Lapsset Corridor

UK Models

Any questions – email mackaycarboncalculator@beis.gov.uk mackaycarboncalculator@beis.gov.uk;

COP28 – The Global Decarbonization Accelerator (GDA) was launched, which contains a set of actions aimed at decarbonizing the existing energy system and building the energy system of the future. This initiative is applicable to Lapsset Corridor and is aimed at tackling the 20–24 GtCO2e per annum greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction that the Global Stocktake highlighted is needed by 2030.

Afri-Fund-Capital, Credinvest International & PSECC Ltd now assist Lapsset Corridor with funding, Energy coordination and project management and to ensure Energy Transition and adaption and will incorporate all required COP28 guidelines and targets for CO2 & Methane reduction.

Taken from the Kenya National Adaption plan – Charles Sunkuli, the then Principal Secretary – State Department of Environment had said the following:

This National Adaptation Plan (NAP 2015-2030) is a critical response to the climate change challenge facing our country. The NAP is Kenya’s first plan on adaptation, and demonstrates our commitment to operationalise the National Climate Change Action Plan by mainstreaming adaptation across all sectors in the national planning, budgeting and implementation processes. Our mainstreaming approach recognizes that climate change is a cross-cutting sustainable development issue with economic, social and environmental impacts. The NAP was validated at a national workshop held in Nairobi on 18 November 2015.

Taken from the Kenya National Adaption plan – Prof Judi Wakhungu, the then Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources has said the following:

Climate change has adverse impacts on our country’s economic development and threatens the realisation of our Vision 2030 goals of creating a competitive and prosperous nation with a high quality of life. Kenya’s economy is highly dependent on natural resources, meaning that recurring droughts, erratic rainfall patterns and floods will continue to negatively impact livelihoods and community assets.


The Government of Kenya recognizes the threats posed by climate change and has taken action to address them. In this regard, my ministry coordinated the development of the National Climate Change Response Strategy in 2010, and the National Climate Change Action Plan (NCCAP 2013-2017) in 2012. This National Adaptation Plan (NAP) marks yet another landmark in efforts to address the country’s vulnerability and resilience to climate change.

Net Zero

Sustainable, Reliable Energy for a Net Zero Lapsset Corridor economy – community renewables – Energy Transition

Own the Geothermal, Hydroelectricity, Solar Radiation, Wind, Waste, Biomass & Tidal resources

The global stocktake is a critical turning point when it comes to efforts to address climate change – it’s a moment to take a long, hard look at the state of our planet and chart a better course for the future. Decision 19/CMA.1 notes that the global stocktake “will be a Party-driven process conducted in a transparent manner and with the participation of non-Party stakeholders” (para. 10), it enables countries and other stakeholders to see where they’re collectively making progress toward meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement – and where they’re not. It’s like taking inventory. It means looking at everything related to where the world stands on climate action and support, identifying the gaps, and working together to agree on solutions pathways (to 2030 and beyond).

We will also do a stocktake for the Lapsset Corridor Energy requirements and CO2 emissions.

PSECC Ltd are trying to work with the Labour party and bring about that change in the UK.

Some great initiatives have been forged in COP28 – COP28 video

Close-up of dried, cracked earth.

COP28 website

COP28 Presidency launches landmark initiatives accelerating the energy transition – useful for the Lapsset Corridor

Lowest emissions, least cost (best Value) energy option will be chosen for Lapsset Corridor with the lowest emissions.

£ ten’s of Billions Revenue generation for the Kenya Government to be used for the peoplewe provide full funding & technologies – Renewable Energy funding is paid back from Power Agreements – pay for themselves.

A PSECC Ltd initiative – some of our partners

Innovative Solutions for a Developing & Developed World

At SARRALLE, for example they work to manage in the most efficient way the waste resulted from the industrial activity and obtain energy from it. We work close to the best technologist in the waste recovery area and have advised Nairobi and Kisumu, giving the best solutions to a sustainable waste management plant.

SARRALLE supplies engineering and construction services in :

Incineration.
Biomass.
Gasification.
Urban solid waste treatment.
Energy recovery.
Sludge Treatment.

Long-Term Benefits

Cutting CO2 & Methane & ZERO Waste – ZERO LandfillRevenue generation


A cultural shift is required – PSECC Ltd – we specialise in Renewable Energy Joint Ventures with Government County Councils in the Lapsset Corridor – in the UK we provide full funding & UK Councils could receive Revenues of between £150 million to £200 million over twenty-five years years from the Waste Gasification Power Plants and other Renewables such as Wind Farms and Solar Farms in a JOINT Venture approach to Net Zero.

The leading countries for installed renewable energy in 2022 were China, the U.S., and Brazil. China was the leader in renewable energy installations, with a capacity of around 1,161 gigawatts. The U.S., in second place, had a capacity of around 352 gigawatts. Renewable energy is an important step in addressing climate change and mitigating the consequences of this phenomenon.

1. China
2. USA
3. Brazil
4. India
5. Germany
6. Japan
7. Canada
8. Spain
9. France
10. Italy

Leading countries in installed renewable energy capacity worldwide in 2022(in gigawatts)


FUNDING arranged by Afri-Fund Capital and Energy project funding arranged by Afri-Fund-Capital & PSECC Ltd.


Energy & Water Strategy Facilitated and Coordinated by PSECC Ltd

PSECC Ltd proposed Energy Strategy for Lapsset Corridor & Kenya to achieve Net Zero

Renewable Energy to power the Railway

Siemens Mobility & Hitachi are good companies for consideration for the trains

Sustainable Urban Living.  This video explains how the Kenya can shift into a Circular Economy through the adoption of our plants that has functionality in the waste sector and lead to Sustainable Urban & Rural Life – Organisational Structure with Whole Cost accounting for Ecological & Social systems, Natural Capital. 

Net Zero – ZERO Waste – ZERO Landfill

Methane & Carbon Dioxide and Methane emission reductions

Zero Waste – Zero Landfill

Siemens, along with Bio Carbon Fuels offers this proposal to construct the County Environmental Education Centres with a Total Recovery Facility® (“TRF®”) inside, which will produce building products and renewable electricity and liquid fuels in the second and third phases of this project.


This project information package is intended to provide Counties with information regarding a proposed Environmental Education Centre that will convert MSW and other waste streams.

Netzero or 1.5 Degree C is our target for Councils

ZERO Waste – ZERO Landfill – plant is within the Total Recovery Facility® (“TRF®”) above & Educational Centre / Manufacturing onsite & Food production in Green Houses using carbon dioxide from the waste plants.

Waste

Working with Net Zero 1.5 Ltd & PSECC Ltd, are able to provide funding for all Renewable Energy & Waste projects in the UK and Internationally. We have submitted Tender documents for Nairobi & Kisumu in Kenya.

Siemens EPC

Siemens have built over 1,000 Power Plants globally and are the EPC company to build the plants.

New 100% Recycling & Gasification plants

This is an opportunity for all Councils in the UK to have Zero Waste – Zero Landfill and also all Renewable Energy projects. Full funding provided.

Tidal Lagoons

We had provided the funding for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon and require other developers to come forward with Tidal Lagoon projects requiring funding.

Solar Farms

Our staff have over twenty-eight years experience in Climate Change Mitigation. Experience of writing City Energy Policy under Agenda 21 Sustainable Development programming. County Energy Coordination in the UK & UK Waste Strategy input.


We developed the “Resource Ownership” concept for Councils to adopt and utilise Solar, Wind, Biomass and Waste-to-Energy from resources within their boundaries. We provide full funding for Solar Farms, Wind Farms, Tidal Lagoons, Waste-to-Energy Gasification.

Solar PV for Council Housing & Schools

The Resource Ownership concept WE DEVELOPED IN 2004 is a very powerful one for Councils – each Council can earn additional Revenues from Solar PV & Solar Farms.
We had advised Chichester & Hampshire County Councils and many more City Councils such as Bristol & Portsmouth in the UK since 1995 on Energy Policy, Strategy, Energy Coordination and Renewable Energy developments together with funding options.


Make the change now over to 100% Renewable Energy for Council Housing stock & Schools.

Wind Farms

All Counties and Kenya should consider owning their own Wind Farms in order to provide lower cost electricity to their populations and also receive revenues. Developers are encouraged to come forward with projects for funding.

PSECC Ltd, Net Zero 1.5 and Afri-Fund Capital will provide full funding for all Renewable Energy & Waste-to-Energy Gasification plants & 100% Recycling of glass, Metals & Ash Power Plants.
Funding is in the region of £60 million to £3 Billion per project – Credinvest International funding, the interest rate is very favourable. We can also link into other funders and International Banks together with COP28 funding platforms together with Private investment for projects (in final stages of negotiation).

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Africa Waste Plants
Zero Waste – Zero Landfill

Agreements had been reached in Kisumu (ongoing) in Kenya and also Lusaka in Zambia to have our plants & Funding, also active in Brazil, Mexico, Kakamega, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Italy, Bulgaria , Ethiopia & Egypt.#

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