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!
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
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.