Rural Electrification

At a guess of the UN, two billions of people are left without power supply and have to get by. About 40 countries do not have a nationwide power supply network.

The costs of the network are in a ratio of 4:1 or more to the costs of power plants. Therefore, decentral power sources are being propagated, of course. But with wide use, their unstable working would present a heavy financial strain on the development process in those regions because the network is lacking not only as carrier and distributor but also as the quasi-storage. Just the uneconomical diesel generator produces around the clock. Still without a stable power supply, the development of the processing trade is not possible. - A decisive obstacle in fight against poverty!

The Rural Electrification Programs are marking time mainly for decades. To resolve the basic problem, a power source would be welcome which meets all three of the criterions: decentrality, continuity and profitability.
The Transverpello will put things right. Which can be puted in all along the rivers, that is decentral enough, and the rest of the attributes is inherent in water power originally.

As moreover it´s a matter of ecological energy engineering, on an intergovernmental level the Transverpello is also suitable very well for the CDM market.

Lutz Kroeber 2007 Transverpello