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Electricity Generation

MDACI is also engaged in the business of providing equity investment also called equity contribution up to 85% of the total investment capital for the construction of Power plants (Coal Power Plant (CPP), Gas Power plant (GPP), Hydroelectric Power Plant (HPP), Biomass Power Plant (BPP), Waste Incinerating Power Plant (WIPP) , Wind Farm Power Plant (WFPP), and Solar Field Power Plant (SFPP)). Our supply capacity varies from 1 to 2,000MWh per Plant. Our maximum generation unit is 300MWh per unit. Energy consumption is on the up worldwide and, despite all the progress made in renewables, highly efficient, fossil-fired power plants will have to ensure dependable power supplies in the foreseeable future. In Nigeria only, extensive investment is being developed by MDA CAPITAL INVEST, a.s., GAZELLE ENERGY LIMITED, BGL PLC/BGL PRIVATE EQUITY LIMITED, etc.: a total capacity of 15,000MWh must be generated and added to the national grid by 2020. This is part of our mission for Nigeria and our commitment to the vision 2020 of the Federal Government of Nigeria.

MDACI and Partners are also developing independent Power Project in the other countries of West Africa, North Africa, and the Central and South Africa. In Cameroon, a 75MWh Hydroelectric Power plant (HPP) is being development in partnership with Electromontaza Energy Limited, Adamawa State Government and the Government of the republic of Cameroon, represented by the Ministry of Energy. We are also being contracted by the Government of Cameroon for the Reconstruction and upgrading of Lagdo Hydroelectric Dam. It has a capacity of 84 MW, but just one of its four turbines is working. The Lagdo dam was built by China International Water and Electric Corp in the late 1970s to supply electricity to northern Cameroon and allow irrigation of some 15,000 hectares of croplands. Under this Partnership, the Adamawa State Government is seeking to overtake 30MWh that will be supplied through a new HV Transmission lines network of 110KV/132KV of 162km.

Our researchers are pursuing a vision that could become reality in the next decade: the climate friendly power plant. The prerequisite is, however, that the efficiency of the power plant is increased, because all processes to avoid CO2 emissions lower the efficiency of the plants. On the road there, several innovations are already close to market maturity.

 

Electricity Transmission

MDACI provides investment in electricity transmission (LV, MV, HV, and EHV) and ancillary environmental benefits..

MDACI’s offer HV, MV, and LV smart grids that are designed to update the worldwide electricity distribution system by adding communications and information technology to the distribution lines that connect homes, businesses and industries. MDACI electricity distribution network are always automated. MDACI always lays emphasis on advanced and efficient quality management for its network on the basis of decreasing operation and maintenance (O&M) cost. Our experts that are involved with planning smart grid implementations always have a hunch that there will be enormous undertakings, unforeseen challenges, inciting them them to be more creative than they anticipated.

The concept is to put more control over electricity usage in the hands of the energy users so that businesses and consumers, armed with real-time usage data, will try to shave kilowatt-hours off their bills. That’s the secret of our management. We make customers enjoy the luxury of our electricity distribution business and services without worrying them to pay their bills and at a due time.

MDACI and its Czech technical partners are “trying to get a more reliable energy system through, for example, outage management systems, rebalancing loads, and getting help with rebalancing through consumers controlling their usage.

Our services include also the provision of real-time or near-real time information, which is needed for consumers to monitor and control their usage, the electric meters must communicate with each other frequently. Each meter in the radiofrequency mesh network has an embedded communications card so it can function as a node, receiving and transmitting not only its own data but data from other meters as well. The network requires numerous access points and relays to collect data and transmit it across a wireless virtual private network back to the utility.

Our solutions include the installation of transponders that are connected to the meter by wires. In other cases, MDACI installs powerful relays on the customer’s premises that connect wirelessly to the meters.

 

Electricity Distribution

MDACI’s offer HV, MV, and LV smart grids that are designed to update the worldwide electricity.

MDACI’s offer HV, MV, and LV smart grids that are designed to update the worldwide electricity distribution system by adding communications and information technology to the distribution lines that connect homes, businesses and industries. MDACI electricity distribution network are always automated. MDACI always lays emphasis on advanced and efficient quality management for its network on the basis of decreasing operation and maintenance (O&M) cost. Our experts that are involved with planning smart grid implementations always have a hunch that there will be enormous undertakings, unforeseen challenges, inciting them them to be more creative than they anticipated.

The concept is to put more control over electricity usage in the hands of the energy users so that businesses and consumers, armed with real-time usage data, will try to shave kilowatt-hours off their bills. That’s the secret of our management. We make customers enjoy the luxury of our electricity distribution business and services without worrying them to pay their bills and at a due time.

MDACI and its Czech technical partners are “trying to get a more reliable energy system through, for example, outage management systems, rebalancing loads, and getting help with rebalancing through consumers controlling their usage.

Our services include also the provision of real-time or near-real time information, which is needed for consumers to monitor and control their usage, the electric meters must communicate with each other frequently. Each meter in the radiofrequency mesh network has an embedded communications card so it can function as a node, receiving and transmitting not only its own data but data from other meters as well. The network requires numerous access points and relays to collect data and transmit it across a wireless virtual private network back to the utility.

Our solutions include the installation of transponders that are connected to the meter by wires. In other cases, MDACI installs powerful relays on the customer’s premises that connect wirelessly to the meters.

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