SHANGHAI, China, Jan. 9, 2012 /CNW/ - Sunbelt International (http://www.sunbelt-inter.com/) (OTCBB: SUNB) is pleased to announce expansion through the developing
nation initiative. The company announced today that they will offer a
wide service range through the Operation Network to provide critically
needed local Turbine and Solar PV services and technical support to the
energy users in Africa. Sunbelt International president Fang Soo Lui
realizes the potential this initiative has for both the company and the
end users. Mr.Lui has had several meetings with the Developing Nations
and Aid organizations who are planning to invest in the future of
developing countries, and exploit Africa's huge energy potential as a
weapon against poverty.
Currently, 600 million people in Africa live with no access to
electricity. The enormous solar energy potential in Africa is currently
underutilized, and only accounts for less than 2% of installed world
solar facilities or solar / wind farms. Of the fossil energy sources
that are exploited in Africa, only 25% of oil production is consumed
locally. Limited energy development in the region has resulted in one
of the lowest use of modern energy sources. More than 75% of
sub-Saharan Africans have no access to electricity, compared to fewer
than 15% of Latin Americans and East Asians. Sunbelt International can
facilitate current efforts to spur economic growth and reduce poverty
by providing the region with a needed energy supply.
Developing countries are a large market for the sustainable energy
systems provided by Sunbelt International. Due to poor infrastructure,
and large initial investment requirements, only 7 percent of the
potential market is being reached. At least half of the African
Continent's 53 countries could profitably produce Wind / Solar energy.
Sunbelt International is pleased to reach these markets to provide
sustainable energy solutions.
SOURCE Sunbelt International Inc.
For further information:
Sunbelt International Inc. Fang Soo Liu President firstname.lastname@example.org