Get information and guidance on energy sources that are more efficient, reliable, and clean from PATHMOS Consulting, a North Carolina (USA) based company.
PATHMOS liaises with U.S. based clean energy manufacturers to provide affordable clean sources of power (energy) to clients like hotel operators, universities & colleges, private and public institutions in sub-Saharan Africa who desire reliable alternatives to the noisy and air-polluting diesel generators and the unreliable electricity supply from their national grids. PATHMOS also focuses on green technology capacity building by providing platforms for the training and development of green technicians in the Sub-Sahara region. Green technicians are engineers and designers who specializes in renewable energy and technology.
At PATHMOS, we have over 25 years of experience coupled with an intimate understanding of the energy needs in the Sub Saharan market. We are better positioned than most companies to access energy security requirements of clients and provide appropriate recommendations and access to a more reliable environmentally friendly fuel cell technology. We also have networking capabilities with manufacturers of reliable and sophisticated solar power generators for both residential and commercial consumers in the region.
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