HVAC saves energy
My name is Steven Malanga, I have worked as an HVAC technician assistant for 3 years and 4 as a technician where I went and started my own company called Sinda Projects and Services pty Ltd.
My aim is to engage in thorough trainings over 2019, opening a store and also conduct an energy saving strategy by installing more solar powered airconditioners to individuals and getting industries, government and institutions to be more envolved by installing solar power in their premises.
Who are we
I have worked all kinds of jobs from a gardener to a sales man, but the air-conditioning industry took my heart, I self taught the industry by reading materials on the Internet and I am aiming to start my first official trainings in 2019, with accredited institutions.
More about the project
Energy crisis is a major concern, whether by negligence or economy the crisis is here and it is also affecting the economy. In my research I concluded that in average a 12000 BTU fitted in a 25sq office working 8 hours a day can consume about 400kwh per month enough to run a village house for a month.
Through installing solar powered airconditioners energy can be saved by average 76.3% in each office that is about 295kwh each month, if this can be done and installed in a premises with 100 offices about 29500kwh of energy will be saved, imagine the financial relief.
I admit my lack of knowledge in the industry as I'm not qualified from the desk, so I need to learn more about airconditioners and solar energies and to do this I am willing to involve more established companies in this industry before submitting my full proposals to the government and other private institutions, I believe understanding is the second step to change.
I am looking to raise R150000-00 as a starter to this project this will help me to set up the store where I will employ people so I can concentrate more on training and engaging with other established companies in the industry, compiling data and getting the voice to be heard and R10000 will help to open to receive necessary trainings.