A new partnership has been formed in March 2022  between PSECC Ltd and Headway USA (Headwayus.com)


We are developing in: Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Zambia, Senegal, Cote Divoire, Gambia, Rwanda and Uganda

Click to view Waste-to-Energy projects Waste Management – PSECC Ltd – Climate Change Mitigation Facilitation & Project Developer

Waste Management – PSECC Ltd – Climate Change Mitigation Facilitation & Project Developer

The UK Government will be assisting Zambia with funding arrangements for Climate Change Mitigation - FP099 - FP080 and FP168.  Manufacturing plants can be established in Zambia for Solar PV panels, Recycling equipment Biogas equipment technology and Solar Farm developments throughout Zambia (500MW) and this will assist the Ministry of Green Energy and Environment. Other International assistance is provided from the USTDA for Feasibility study funding for the USD $435 million Waste-to-Energy Gasification plant for Zambia. We have also formalised, through PSECC Ltd a partnership with Nemchem Zambia Ltd in Zambia to take forward landfill clean-up, producing Renewable energy and Recycling 100% of plastic.

New Recycling Centres and Manufacturing plants will be established in Zambia, Rwanda and Uganda.  Funding provision possible via UK EXIMBANK and UK AID "Manufacturing Africa".

Full productive Recycling Centres

The services below can be combined to produce a productive Recycling Centre.  This has been designed to process and recycle all waste that can be produced by an institution, community, or organisation.  With every component you can separate out the waste streams and generate value using the technology from Nemchem.  This will change the way we manage waste and bring environmental, economic and social benefits to the regions across Zambia contributing to a sustainable and Circular model future.

Waste Biogas Digesters

The pioneering technology from Nemchem will be flexi biogas systems that are constructed at domestic and commercial size, ranging from 6 cubic metres to 50 cubic metres.  These highly efficient and durable systems convert organic waste items such as kitchen and food waste or animal manure into valuable waste products.

Zero-Waste toilets

These systems are designed primarily as hygienic toilets that also captures all the gas potential of human waste.  With retention time of no less than 90 days, the overflowing bio-slurry is fully broken down, and laboratory tests showing no pathogens.  The plants manage this waste and produce gas that can for heating purposes.  The plant ensures complete digestion of the waste and existing slurry is safe to use as organic fertilizer.

Plastic Recycling

Plastic waste is collected and separated into different types(I-VI) of plastics.  Once the plastic is sorted it is then cleaned to remove any dirt that can lower the quality of the recycled products.  The cleaned plastic is then fed into a shredder.  Depending on the plastic and setting of the shredder, different colours and sizes of plastic pellets will be made.  This shredded plastic can then be used in three different machines: the sheet press, the extruder and the injection moulding machine, which create different valuable or useable products that can be sold.

Brick Press

Out state-of-the-art brick press machines have simplistic but effective design to produce low-cost construction bricks that maintain high value and longevity.  The machines operate by using pressure to compact the ash from incinerators, soil and binding agent to create interlocking stabilised soil blocks for low-cosy, low energy construction.  Two to four operatives operating the system for eight hours can produce 500 bricks.  Approximately 130 bricks can be made from one 50Kg bag of cement.


PSECC Ltd is also building five 500 tpd waste & recycling plants with Alset Power Company Inc.

Alset Power Company Inc have built two x 1,000MW in Chile




PSECC Ltd Waste-to-Energy Plants - Alset Power Company Inc target Countries in the Continent of Africa

Zambia - Nigeria - Kenya - Ghana - Rwanda - Uganda

Alset Power Company Inc have built two x 1,000MW in Chile

Sheffield University project Harvesting the Sun Twice

We hope to work with the University of Sheffield on commercial projects in Zambia once data collection has finished for this first piolet phase. While ground-mounted arrays of solar panels offer several benefits related to clean energy provision, they miss opportunities to deliver livelihood benefits in addition to electricity supply, and in some cases can actually detract from other development goals. For example, ground-mounted arrays remove land from food production, and at a time when crop yields are threatened by a changing climate, increasing populations and insecure land ownership, we cannot risk putting further pressure on land resources.

Agrivoltaic energy systems, however, can combine the delivery of solar electricity, crop production, and rainwater harvesting on the same land area. Instead of being mounted close to the ground like traditional solar power arrays, agrivoltaic systems are constructed several meters high, with gaps between the arrays, enabling crops to be grown underneath.

Here’s the link to an article on our webpage, here’s a Guardian article on the project, and here’s a short video by the World Economic Forum.


This concept could be incorporated into this Zambia project in a second development phase – for every 50MW solar farm we build in Zambia we could have two or more 500KW or larger projects below incorporated into the project.


Waste to Energy project


Ten Gasification Waste to Energy plants for ACCRA & Kumasia Ghana - each 500 tonnes per day. PSECC Ltd have produced all project feasibility studies and negotiated with the Government of Ghana and also produced a toolkit for waste management in Ghana.

$900 million for all four plants plant -  investment and EPC being arranged by PSECC Ltd

Further plants being developed in Nigeria, Zambia, Kenya, Egypt & Ethiopia

India Chamber of Commerce

Waste to Energy project

Mumbai & Delhi - India

Sanjay Bhide, Chairman & Chief Executive is assisting PSECC Ltd in India - Negotiations have commenced for Twenty Gasification Waste to Energy plants for Mumbai, India & Seveteen for Delhi - each 500 tonnes per day. PSECC Ltd have produced all project Pre- feasibility studies.

PSECC Ltd - Alan Brewer CEO has been invited to be the Overall President of our Trans Asian Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

Negotiations still underway.

Lakeside - PSECC Ltd arranged 205.5 KW Solar PV installation

Waste to Energy project

Mumbai & Delhi - India

Negotiations still underway.



Zambia - Waste-to-Energy Plants


                     500MW of Solar Farms & Wind Farms

PSECC Ltd has partnered the Zambian based "Bright Future Project" to help bring Sustainable Waste Management & Recycling to Zambia together with Renewable Energy fro increased Sustainable electricity production for the peoples of Zambia. This will also help reduce crop wastage as a result of upto ten hours outages of electricity and not being able to irrigate crops.



20MW Solar Farm


This solar farm is in the Central region of Ghana at Simbrofo. We have produced all project feasibity studies and again negotiated with the Government of Ghana.

$22 million investment and EPC being arranged by PSECC Ltd




10MW Solar Farm at Konza

We have been developing the Konza Solar Farm in collaboration with the University of Riara. PSECC Ltd produced all the project feasibility studies and negotiated with Riara University and the Government of Kenya. Funding and EPC currently being looked into.


Sustainable Market buildings

The first project - PSECC Ltd have given financial advice for the developer to approach PFAN & Climate Invest to obtain funding for the piolet project, also Innovate Uk was recommended. Once the first project has been build it could be rolled out throughout Malawi with a 200 market development plan, assisted by PSECC Ltd partners for funding & EPC.

To prevent crop loss and food going to waste PSECC Ltd are assisting a Durham University project to build sustainable markets for food produce to be stored at the end of each day to prevent continued food rotting. Chillers and Solar PV to power each market.

Other Development projects

We have been active in Africa since 2012 and are developing solar farms in Kenya, Ghana, Vietnam, Philippines, Pakistan, India and Cambodia.

PSECC & the University of Greenwich in August 2019 had been successful in our application to Innovate Uk for a Grant under the Agri-Tech Round 8 for a Cassava Flour production factory in Ghana to be redesigned and powered by Solar PV.


Waste Plants

Ghana project

Two new Gasification Energy plants for ACCRA & Kumasi

Solar Farm

Simbrofo Ghana


Solar Farms being developed in Ghana at Simbrofo & Kenya at Konza. PSECC Ltd are also arranging funding options for a 1,000 MW pipeline of solar farm and wind farm projects in Vietnam.

Cassava Flour

University of Greenwich - PSECC Ltd 2019

collaboration project - Ghana

Grant allocation from Innvoate UK under the Agri-Tech Round 8 programme.

Other projects...

For details of other projects together with some credentials please reveiw this link....