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Rabih Osta, Phoenix Energy General Manager, explains that, in Lebanon,
"The Lebanese Ministry of Environment has recently set a long-term objective to increase power generation from renewable resources to 12% by 2020, and Phoenix Energy supports this government strategy and policy.
Lebanon is exposed to more than 3000 hours of sunlight annually, presenting an untapped resource for renewable energy. Rather than depending on fossil fuel energy, Lebanon has easy access to abundant sunlight. Solar water heaters from Phoenix Energy can contribute to this goal."
The skyrocketing of diesel prices in 2008 also fueled Phoenix Energy’s search for more economic heating solutions. Company engineers turned to readily-available olive husks from local olive oil mills in Lebanon to fuel a bio-mass boiler.
Phoenix Energy partnered with D’Alessandro Termomeccanica of Miglianico, Italy to distribute CSA model bio-mass boilers, which are developed and manufactured in Italy and which operate at 92% efficiency.
Phoenix Energy is the exclusive agent for this product in the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region.
Biomass Boilers from Phoenix Energy
Waste-to-Energy Gasification Plant
With the tremendous problem waste poses to the environment, Phoenix Energy explored ways to recycle waste and transfer it into an energy source. The outcome has been the development of a waste-to-energy gasification plant.
Phoenix Energy can provide any public or private institution with a turn-key gasification system that consumes up to 97% of its waste and transforms it into up to 3 MWh of electricity, 3% sterile ash, and emissions that meet European standards.
In line with its mission, Phoenix Energy will continue to scout and analyze eco-friendly engineering solutions that allow local populations to reduce dependency on finite and harmful energy sources.