With a population of 60 million, the UK grid operator National Grid predicts that the country will need a further 263GW of installed capacity to reach its 2050 net zero emissions target
Nigeria’s current grid capacity of 5GW and generator capacity of 45GW is 5% of the current generation capacity of the USA (1117GW). Nigeria’s 200 million population is set to grow to 400 million becoming the third largest population by 2050 (with 2/3 below the age of 35). Nigeria will need new generating capacity of over 900GW to just attain OECD standards by 2050.
Combined, these two core A-DEUS countries alone need over 1250 GW of new low carbon energy generation capacity installed by 2050 (that is 43 GW annually over the next 29 years).
The A-DEUS Global Green Village project is designed to support our plan for a next generation low carbon community based Energy Network capable of meeting the energy needs of the UK and sub Saharan Africa, reducing lifetime energy costs for consumers by 50% compared to current energy prices and delivering 54 billion tons of CO2 reduction by 2050.
The Global Green Village core facilities stretch from the UK to Nigeria and includes gigascale manufacturing capacity for fuel cells; solar assisted reversible heat pumps, electric and thermal storage batteries.
The combined facilities will utilise distributed scalable additive manufacturing capacity to deploy an integrated energy value chain synchronised to consumer capacity and growth.
With an initial capacity of 1GW per annum at launch the A-DEUS Energy Concentrators will incrementally add new additive manufacturing trains and expand to producing 18 GW of new distributed low carbon energy generating resource capacity annually and process captured carbon to be used in making advanced manufacturing materials.
By 2035 the Concentrators are expected to manufacture and deliver 120 GW of new low carbon energy generating capacity to displace existing diesel and gas generators, gas boilers and air conditioners.
We are very excited to have received the Architect’s sketch for the A-DEUS Energy Concentrator and also to have agreed an MoU to acquire 200,000 m2 of land for the first concentrator in Nigeria.
Sites for the first UK Mega Concentrator are being reviewed and discussions on a potential 1,628,400m2 site are ongoing.