Eman, GEBE representative gets briefing on stabilizer

POSTED: 07/5/11 12:52 PM

GREAT BAY/ORANJESTAD – Senior staffers of Mango Green – a renewable energy company – met Aruba’s Prime Minister Mike Eman on July 2 to discuss how the company’s Renewable Power House System can increase efficiency on the grid of Aruba’s utility company Water en Eletriciteitsbedrijf (WEB). Eman has told the St. Maarten based team – consisting of Kareem Rombley and Carl Duinkerk that their product is something his country can use.

“The meeting for us to introduce the system and Mr. Eman to tell us about the energy policy his country is pursuing. We discussed how our system can help and how we will have to follow up on the projects, in addition he told us that soon there will be a bid”, Rombley, who is Chief Commercial Officer, said after Monday’s meeting.

“He – Eman – did see our product as a stabilizer for their grid and told us that their current technology is not producing the results the government desires,” Rombley added.

Monday’s meeting comes after the system’s launch in Brazil before several smart grid operators and utility companies, including St. Maarten based GEBE. The delegate from GEBE – Paul Ideler who is head of business innovations – was engaged on how the new system can reduce the utility company’s reliance on fossil fuels, how it can be integrated with the current plant and reduce the load on the engines. Ideler was also briefed on how the system can provide a bridge to a smarter grid and provides control for the company’s field equipment and power management for the network. Duinkerk also sat on a panel during the Brazil conference on how Mango Green’s system can provide redundancy in case of emergency.


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