Live Energy Projects

Subject to negotiation

  1. Construction of renewable energy power plants: One of the major energy projects that could be implemented first in the Lapsset Corridor is the High Grand Falls Dam followed by Isiolo Dam and the development and construction of all renewable energy power plants identified will then follow. This will include solar, wind, or hydroelectric power, Green Hydrogen, Nuclear, Geothermal, Bio-Ethanol, E-Methanol plants that could provide clean and sustainable energy to the throughout the Lapsset Corridor.
  2. Installation of energy-efficient street lighting: Another energy project that could be implemented in the Lapsset Corridor is the installation of energy-efficient street lighting and Smart Cities for the SEZ’s. This could help reduce energy consumption in the region and contribute to a more sustainable environment.
  3. Implementation of energy management systems: Implementing energy management systems in buildings and infrastructure within the Lapsset Corridor could help optimize energy usage and reduce waste. This could involve the use of smart meters, sensors, and other technologies to monitor and control energy consumption.
  4. Development of a biofuel production facility: Biofuels are an alternative source of energy that could be produced locally in the Lapsset Corridor. Establishing a biofuel production facility could help reduce dependence on fossil fuels and provide a more sustainable energy source for the region.
  5. Promotion of energy efficiency and conservation programs: Implementing energy efficiency and conservation programs in the Lapsset Corridor could help educate residents and businesses on how to reduce their energy consumption. This could include providing incentives for using energy-efficient appliances, conducting energy audits, and promoting energy-saving practices.

Smart agriculture, also known as precision agriculture or agri-tech, is the use of technology and data analytics to improve farming practices and crop production. By leveraging modern technologies such as sensors, drones, GPS, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things (IoT), farmers can monitor and manage their crops more efficiently and effectively.

Smart Agriculture within the Lapsset Corridor

Some key components of smart agriculture include:

  1. Data-driven decision-making: Farmers can collect and analyse a wide range of data such as soil moisture levels, weather patterns, crop health, and pest infestations to make informed decisions about planting, irrigation, fertilization, and harvesting.
  2. Precision farming: By using GPS technology and drones, farmers can create detailed maps of their fields and apply inputs such as water, fertilizers, and pesticides in a more targeted and precise manner. This helps reduce waste and improve crop yields.
  3. Automated systems: Smart agriculture such as the “Harvesting the Sun Twice” project often involves the use of automated systems to perform tasks such as seeding, weeding, and harvesting. This can help increase efficiency, reduce labour costs, and improve overall productivity.
  4. Monitoring and control: Through the use of sensors and IoT devices, farmers can remotely monitor and control various aspects of their operations, such as irrigation systems, temperature control in greenhouses, and livestock health.
  5. Sustainable practices: Smart agriculture promotes sustainable farming practices by optimizing resource use, reducing environmental impact, and promoting soil health and biodiversity.

Overall, smart agriculture aims to revolutionize traditional farming methods by harnessing the power of technology to create a more efficient, productive, and sustainable agricultural sector.