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At 8:57pm on October 11, 2012, Josephine Wiles-Warner said…

Thank you for the invite.  I look forward to sharing professional ideas with you.

Kind Regards,

Josephine Wiles-Warner

At 3:13pm on November 2, 2010, Martin Ahorbo said…
Have accepted to join this network because there is a lot to share. Thanks for your invite.
Martin
At 6:09pm on September 21, 2010, Abdul Mannan Barbhuiya said…
Dear Sir,

Thank you very much for connecting on Africa Sustainable Energy & Environment Platform @ Ning. I am glad to have connected with a successful CEO like you. Be well, do good work and keep in touch.

I am here for Networking, Career opportunities, Consulting offers, New ventures, Expertise requests, Business deals/Partnership. I am an Open Networker. Please feel free to invite me to your network or group/community.

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At 10:39am on July 11, 2010, Joshua Onipede said…
I have not been fully participating on Africa Sustainable Energy for a long time, this is due to the unavailability of low-cost and efficient internet network connections, But i think that has eventually changed now and i will be very well online and add constructive comments as constant as possible.
Thanks for the good works you have been doing for Africa.

Joshua Onipede (Alternative Energy Research Engineer) Wind/Solar
At 12:28am on January 8, 2010, buramanding Kinteh said…
Thank you for your service in providing solar materials to Ghana.We would like similar support for organisation in the Gambia-Rescue Mission.I am recently studying Solar Technology but I will be going in the middle of the year.
Thanks
Mr.Kinteh
At 12:17pm on July 26, 2009, CLIVE RICHARDSON said…
http://bgif.eu/?lang=en

Bas, this Bulgarian Green Investment Fund could be of interest.
At 12:23pm on June 2, 2009, Clive Coker said…
Hi Bas

I am pleased to have just joined as a Member of Sustainable Energy In Africa. I see Jatropha as part of the mix of energy solutions, both for rural communities in the parts of Africa that it flourishes, and for energy users seeking to minimise their reliance on non-food price distorting biofuels.

I co-founded Jatropha Africa to cultivate Jatropha and supply Jatropha derived products We operate a 100 hectare farm in Ghana, provide advice, and support small farmers, if they want to add Jatropha to the range of their crops.
All the best - Clive Coker
At 3:48pm on May 31, 2009, CLIVE RICHARDSON said…
http://sites.google.com/site/jclbjf/

According to all of my readings on the subject Europe is unlikely to supply its future energy from its own home based sustainable energy resources. There is a need to consider massive projects for global sustainable energy and these will require to be developed in collaboration with Africa, Asia, North and Southern America and the island states of the world. Some of the technology solutions could power up Africa in a short space of time. Delivering sustainable infrastructure and transport solutions for the least developed and developing regions would appear to be one rational way to lessen the burden of the recent past and continuing global economic turmoil.
At 8:12pm on January 27, 2009, Abbas said…
Hi Bas,

This is very nice network. If you are interested join me at Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) in Africa - www.cdminafrica.ning.com
At 2:43am on November 28, 2008, Mohammed Haruna said…
A true humaniterian and a universalist
At 4:49pm on September 23, 2008, leo van gastel said…
bas we can meet this friday or early next week???
At 10:44am on June 28, 2008, Conectafrica-AtlanticSynapse said…
Hello Bas,

This network is a good idea, this is actually one of my objectives: exporting green tecnologies (wind & sun for recycling & desalting water) from Canary Islands to West Africa, as an example of Fair Business for the next 10 years...
Let's make it big, for scale economies & social emergency!
Have a nice w.e.
Stef

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