Answering the Call.
When the Secretary General of the United Nations declared 2012 as the International Year of Sustainable Energy for All, CleanSource Energy Partners was ready, answering the call.
With years of energy industry experience, CSEP set its sights on bringing clean energy solutions to parts of the world most affected by lack of electricity. From utility scale geothermal power plants to integrated, community focused utility applications, CSEP seeks to bring light to where there is now darkness.
Spanning the globe
Whether a U.S. Native-American community seeking to replace the high cost of diesel with renewable energy, or a Sub-Saharan village lacking in access to any single, reliable source of energy, CSEP has a solution.
Solutions for all
CSEP is a developer of renewable energy projects. From base-load geothermal power plants to small, off-grid concentrated solar power systems serving rural communities, CSEP seeks to bring unique technology solutions, engineering expertise and financing partners to public and private sector clients.
With years of utility and renewable energy project development experience, our management team understands the needs of our clients: low cost power, reliability and energy independence. And, as a technology portfolio company we bring the right "fit" to a project, ensuring that installed projects have a transforming impact on people's lives.
Energy News Of Note
Uganda Could Be Better For Business In 2014
Uganda's GDP growth is estimated to have rebounded to 5% last year, largely driven by public spending, investments, industry and services. Improving economic activity index indicates that 2014 will be better for business.
Renewables: The Sparks Of A Clean Energy Revolution
International and local investors are lining up a series of projects in the clean energy sector as electricity demand continues to rise.
Uganda Establishes Government Department For Geothermal
As part of its drive to fast-track geothermal energy development, the government of Uganda is now establishing a Geothermal Resources Department within the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development.
1.4 billion people worldwide do not have access to electricity.
3 billion people are forced to use wood, charcoal, coal, and dung to heat their homes and cook their food.
Energy poverty leads to more premature deaths than either malaria or tuberculosis.
Energy access is the top constraint to economic growth in many poor countries.