Jamaican Stakeholders —
You may recall I am Hansen, director of Vonery Inc., a Florida Corporation and registered 501(c) (3) Organization, established to provide technology empowerment in a wide range of social, economic and cultural areas. Vonergy and SEMPER AQUATIC FOOD EXPORTS, LLC. (S.A.F.E.) recently entered into a joint venture and would like to discuss options for working together on an initiative, which I am confident could have an impact on Jamaica’s future.
The main objective of this S.A.F.E. and Vonergy, joint venture Farm project is to manufacture and deliver a lightweight portable container housing sustainable Aquaculture, Aquaponic and Aeroponic systems, Rainwater harvesting, Clean water production with renewable power generation utilizing wind and solar power for the sustainable production of organic fish and crops.
Abstract: Solar and wind generation powering sustainable Aquaculture, Aquaponics, atmospheric water generation, clean water generation, rainwater harvesting, irrigation for farming, agricultural training and education for faculty and students in selected schools/villages throughout Jamaica .
The intent of this system is to provide year round sustainable organic protein food (fish), vegetables, herbs, spices, fruits, clean water, all the while educating future staff, educators, students, electrical, plumbing training, job opportunities with S.A.F.E. FEAST Container sustainability at schools in remote villages of Jamaica.
Jamaica is a prime geographical location for solar and wind generation, using its over 3000 hours of annual sunlight and trade winds to produce optimal amounts of sustainable green energy. This richness of natural resources is the main motivation behind developing this economical system, building it to set up a strong basis for green renewable energy into the school and local economy, monitoring its setup, and teaching students and villagers of selected locations to run and maintain all the systems profitably.
Powering scalable localized food production operation is just a small step enabling Jamaican communities to become self-sufficient with clean water, food production with year-round crop production with sustainable green power generation. The details of our Aquaculture, Aquaponics, optimized agricultural farming, rainwater harvesting, fresh clean water production utilizing wind and solar renewable energy systems, in conjunction with education, will be described in detail in follow-up documentation.
Please let me know if you have an interest in discussing further. Thank you in advance for your response.