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Novel Energy Limited | Renewable Energy home about team projects impact gallery career news contact email In 1752, Benjamin Franklin discovered electricity 127 years later... Thomas Edison invented the light bulb But even today.... some of us live in DARKNESS We Are NOVEL ENERGY Introducing innovative renewable energy technologies Generating cleaner and greener energy for Rwanda Supporting Rwanda's 2020 Vision Plans About Our Company Novel Energy Limited is a renewable energy development company based in Rwanda. Our company focuses on introducing new age efficient conversion technologies to revolutionise the renewable energy sector of the country. We own and operate the assets we build and aim to be a substantial contributor to Rwanda’s national grid. We consider electricity to be a necessity and support the Government’s electrification plans. Presentation Financial Partners Good financial partners are keys to the success of a project. We are grateful to our financial partners for recognising and supporting our projects and vision. Way We Think We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. It is our responsibility to create a world for our children where the environment does not require protection. TEAM Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success. Ankush Chhabria Managing Director Gregory Tayi Director Ananda Krishna Vellure Construction Supervisor Philbert Dusenge Project Coordinator Going Green The best time to have transitioned to renewable energy was a decade ago; the next best time is today. LATEST PROJECTS It does not take much strength to do things, but it requires a great deal of strength to decide what to do. Gaseke Hydro Power Plant This 500 kW micro hydro power project is being constructed along the Gaseke River in the Gakenke District and will contribute to the national grid of Rwanda. Rice Husk to Power Project This pilot project will be the first of its kind in Rwanda and will showcase the conversion of an agricultural residue (rice husk) into clean energy. IMPACT Once operational, our projects will contribute towards a cleaner and greener Rwanda by contributing to the following metrics each year: CO2 REDUCTION DIESEL REPLACEMENT ELECTRICITY GENERATION GREEN JOBS CREATION Tonnes Litres Kilowatt hours Jobs Galllery All People Biomass Hydro BILL PENDEN, ONCE SAID… Alternative energy is a future idea whose time is past. Renewable energy is future idea whose time has come. NIKOLA TESLA, ONCE SAID… All people around the world have access to free energy sources. Electric power is present everywhere in unlimited quantities and can drive the world’s machinery without the need of coal, oil or gas. CAREERS Every day we are charting new ground together and are on a lookout for talented individuals to join our team. No vacant positions at the moment name city email state company zip code work address Country message Interested in working with us? Fill out the form above with information about your self and your professional experiences and we will get in touch with you shortly IN THE NEWS Rwandans to use rice husks for energy The NewTimes: Ankush Chhabria, the managing director of Novel Renewable Energy, (the implementing firm), said the produced energy will be connected to national grid. The pilot project will produce 70 kilowatt per hour and could be rolled out to other areas of the country next year, he explained. July 30, 2015 Read More Rwandans to use rice husks for energy The NewTimes: Government will soon start generating energy from rice husks as part of push to absorb greenhouse gases and as a strategy to fight deforestation. The ‘Rice husks to power project’ is being implemented in Nyagatare District to produce green energy. Bright Ntare, the programme manager of National Climate Fund (FONERWA), said the project is among 17 climate change adaptation projects under implementation in the country. Speaking on the sidelines of the South-South meeting in Kigali last Thursday, convened to discuss financing climate compatible development, Ntare said the projects are being funded by FONERWA at a tune of Rwf22 billion. The three-day meeting drew experts from Bangladesh, Colombia, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Kenya, Mozambique, Peru and Rwanda to discuss different funding alternatives for projects initiated to mitigate effects of climate change in developing countries. It was organised by the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) in collaboration with Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA). Participants said green technologies by private investors need funding to avail renewable energy in rural areas. Ntare said the ‘Rice husks power project’, whose implementation started last year, could be ready in two months. Ankush Chhabria, the managing director of Novel Renewable Energy, (the implementing firm), said the produced energy will be connected to national grid. The pilot project will produce 70 kilowatt per hour and could be rolled out to other areas of the country next year, he explained. “When the husks are left in the soil by farmers and rice millers, they emit greenhouse gases into the atmosphere that contribute to climate change but once the power machinery is completed in two months….the ash from the processing will be distributed to farmers as a fertiliser,” Chhabria said. The company has signed a contract with rice millers for the distribution of husks. Under the technology, husks are burnt in well-constructed facilities and machinery that finally store the gas into clean energy for use. A part from funding public institutions, FONERWA also gives innovation grants and credit line funds that focus on research and technologies to private sector investors. Ellie Marsh, who works with global development advisors from Switzerland, noted that there is need to create opportunities for private sector, build investors’ confidence and foster public participation into adaptation mechanisms to develop such technologies in developing countries. She also stressed that implementation and sustainability level of the climate plans needs to be strengthened. July 30, 2015 Rwanda Unveils Multi-Million Dollar Fund for Green Revolution PRNewswire: Getting funding for small scale projects elsewhere is quite hard, Rwanda beats the odds,” said Ankush Chhabria, Managing Director of Novel Energy Limited. The Indian firm runs a “Power to the People” project including a 70 KW rice husk gasification plant in Nyagatare district, and a 500 KW mini-hydro power plant at Gakenke district. October 13, 2014 Read More Rwanda Unveils Multi-Million Dollar Fund for Green Revolution PRNewswire: According to KT Press, it has been operating as a pilot project for the last two years during which more than 950 proposals have been received – all aimed at countering the devastating impact of climate change. Rwanda decided to keep it permanent, and the Fund for Environment and Climate change {FONERWA} was born October 9 in Kigali, the capital. The biggest of its kind in Africa, government and financiers say the fund should guide Rwanda to a green economy for the next 50 years. A study established that if no action is taken immediately, Rwanda’s economy would fluctuate by 1 percent annually over the next coming years – a direction Rwanda cannot afford. At the inaugural event, Rwanda’s Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi said a green economy would minimize hunger, and eradicate poverty. “We are not there yet but on the right truck,” said the Premier. The project has mobilized Rwf 59 billion (US$85m). Eighteen (18) proposals have been accepted. Five others are already operational. The Fund finances at least 70 % of the costs needed to run a project – for both local and foreign players. “Getting funding for small scale projects elsewhere is quite hard, Rwanda beats the odds,” said Ankush Chabria, Managing Director of Novel Energy Limited (NEL). The Indian firm runs a “Power to the People” project including a 70 KW rice husk gasification plant in Nyagatare district, and a 500 KW mini-hydro power plant at Gakenke district. In Gicumbi district, there is the “It takes a village” project. More than 40 families got access to livestock, land, clean water and biogas cooking system. “Let it rain” is another of the projects. It harvests rainwater to tackle soil erosion and flooding. The project is targeting to equip 17,000 homes with rainwater harvesting facilities. “Through this project, we get safe water, and waterborne diseases are no longer a problem,” said Sister Laetitia Musanabaganwa, a beneficiary. The NGO ‘Send a Cow Rwanda’ is using its Rwf600m ($900,000) financing to provide rural families with cows – which are in turn sources of compost manure. The UN and UK are the biggest financiers of the Rwanda climate fund. It will also tap for financing from the 2bn Euro funding portfolio unveiled in New York during the UN general assembly. Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame put pen to paper on the agreement with EU Commission Jose Manuel Barroso. October 13, 2014 PM urges accountability as green fund is launched The NewTimes: Ankush Chabria, the Managing Director of Novel Energy Ltd, is optimistic the Fund will have far reaching impact on small scale projects geared towards climate resilience. October 11, 2014 Read More PM urges accountability as green fund is launched Transparency and accountability must be upheld if the newly launched Fund for Environment and Climate Change (Fonerwa) is to successfully respond to Rwanda’s climatic challenges, the Prime Minister, Anastase Murekezi, has said. Murekezi, who was speaking at the launch of Fonerwa, on Thursday in Kigali, said building private sector capacity is key to promoting green growth. “The launch of Fonerwa shows government’s commitment to promoting sustainable growth. It’s imperative for Rwanda to support all the initiatives aimed at protecting the environment for the realisation of Vision 2020 objectives,” said the premier. He noted that Rwanda’s key aspect of economic transformation requires climate change resilience. “We will continue to support the Fund to achieve its objectives,” he said. The climate fund has been operating since October 2012 and has already mobilised Rwf59 billion. Eighteen projects have been approved for funding and are at various stages of implementation. The projects cover a wide range of development areas, including Natural Resources and Ecosystem Management, Electronic Waste Management and Renewable Energy investments. The projects are all aimed at promoting Rwanda’s green economy through investment and employment. Experts’ advice According to environmental experts, Rwanda’s economic growth could slow down unless policy makers step up efforts to respond to climate change. In this case, prioritising green sustainable economic growth through a more resilient strategy is critical for Rwanda’s economic development, Laure Beaufils, the Head of DFID Rwanda, said. “Climate change is economically impacting on Rwanda’s GDP to a tune of 1 per cent annually,” Beaufils noted. Ankush Chabria, the Managing Director of Novel Energy Ltd, is optimistic the Fund will have far reaching impact on small scale projects geared towards climate resilience. Why the Fund is important Rwanda is already exposed to climate change effects with extreme weather conditions, floods, and a great deal of soil erosion now common place. This could impact on the agriculture sector, infrastructure and energy, according to Lamin Manneh, the United Nations Resident coordinator for Rwanda. “We are privileged to associate with Fonerwa. We believe the Fund will drive green economic growth and help the country realise its Second Economic Development and Poverty Reduction (EDPRS2) objectives,” he said. “UN and its development partners will increasingly get involved in supporting government to promote green growth strategy. Reinforcing the improvement already made toward addressing climate change requires specific investments such as the establishment of this Fund,” he added. Government is focusing on building structures that will translate into a more sustainable green growth economy, Dr Emmauel Nkurunziza, Director General of Rwanda Natural resources Authority, noted. “We are working on strategies that will help define climate change projects. The fund should be developed not just as an institution but as a pool of resources that will help in resource mobilisation towards addressing the impact of climate change on the economy,” Nkurunziza said. Dr Rose Mukankomeje, the Director General of Rwanda Environment Management Authority, said there are no short cuts on climate change. “We have a chance if we package our resources towards addressing climate change. The idea behind the Fund is to ensure that we know very well where the resources are coming from.” Fonerwa is a ground breaking environment and climate change fund supposed to set Rwanda on a green growth path through provision of technical and financial support. October 11, 2014 Indian, Zim Companies Open Shop in Rwanda The NewTimes: Ankush Chhabria of Novel Energy said the firm will construct a hydropower plant that will produce almost one megawatt and set up a 70-kilowatt biomass project in coming months. May 29, 2014 Read More Indian, Zim Companies Open Shop in Rwanda Three Indian firms and one Zimbabwean investor have opened shop in Rwanda. The companies with interest in the education, information communication technology, health and energy sectors are targeting to create over 70 job opportunities initially. They are Mahatma Gandhi University, Lab Systems and Novel Energy Limited from India and Zimbabwean-based firm, A.N Chaudhary Medical Services. The investors were attracted to Rwanda by the Rwanda Development Board (RBD) India representative Clarence Fernandes. A.N Chaudhary Medical Services’ Amar Chaudhary told The New Times in an interview on Wednesday that the firm would focus on providing health services in rural areas of the country “in order to make Rwanda a self-sufficient country.” Chaudhary added that they also train Rwandan aestheticians besides employing local paramedics. Chaudhary was part of the 22-man delegation from India who attended the ‘Rwanda Calling 2014’ International Business Forum that showcased investment opportunities in the country at the Kigali Serena Hotel on Monday. The ‘Rwanda Calling’ initiative that is being promoted by RDB aims at attracting investors from across the world to Rwanda. Ankush Chhabria of Novel Energy said the firm will construct a hydropower plant that will produce almost one megawatt and set up a 70-kilowatt biomass project in coming months. He said the $2.5m (about Rwf1.7b) biomass project will use agricultural waste materials like husks to produce renewable energy. Yogendra Yadav, a forensic services manager at Lab Systems, said they will support the fight against Internet and mobile phone crimes. “Rwanda and the region at large don’t have any facilities to document forensic evidence of such crimes that would help in administration of justice,” he explained. “We will use our expertise and technology to track cyber crimes for government institutions and private firms and produce evidence admissible in courts of laws. Varun Gupta, a business development officer at Mahatma Gandhi University, said they will establish a branch of the university in Kigali. “When we start operations, our students will be able to benefit from the rich university exchange programmes with our two Indian and US-based campuses to acquire hands-on skills,” he said. Over the last 12 years, 64 Indian businesses worth $259m have been registered in Rwanda, according to RDB statistics. Last year, Rohan Developers Pvt Ltd, a Mehta Group company based in India, announced plans to inject billions of dollars in the real estate industry. Also, government last year signed a $371m (about Rwf241b) energy agreement with Indian-based company, Punj Lloyd, to generate 100MW from peat energy in the Eastern Province. May 29, 2014 Contact name email message If you would like to get in touch with us, drop us a line and we will contact your shortly. E-mail was successfully sent. There was a problem validating the form please check! The connection to the server timed out! House # 20, KG 10 Street, Nyarutarama, Gasabo District, Kigali - Rwanda Developed by :

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