Targets

Comprehensive regional energy solutions: People - Environment - Economy

Our goal is our offer: Efficient and environmentally friendly energy supply using regional resources!
Expensive fossil fuels and constantly growing energy consumption are not only a burden on budgets but also on the environment and climate. In addition, the use of energy sources from other regions lengthens transport routes and increases dependence on central energy suppliers. Regions, communities, businesses, agriculture and forestry urgently need economically, ecologically and socially sustainable alternatives.
By designing and implementing adapted energy solutions, Sekem Energy is paving the way for a sustainable energy future: electricity, heat, cooling and transport based on renewable raw materials.

That's what you get out of it:

  • Cost savings
  • Reduction of energy consumption
  • Protection of the environment
  • Increase in regional value added

Energy sources of the future

Renewable energy sources, sun, wind and water are the raw materials on which Sekem Energy builds. Regionally available resources and resource potentials form our starting point for regionally tailored, optimised energy solutions. The energy technology networks take into account both the material and the energetic use of the energy sources. On this basis, holistic energy concepts are designed and implemented taking into account the respective requirements.
The increased material, energetic and cascade use of renewable raw materials is one of the most important goals.

Sekem - using the power of the sun

The name and philosophy of Sekem Energy come from the Egyptian initiative Sekem. Sekem founder Prof. Dr. Ibrahim Abouleish and Sekem created a model for a social and cultural initiative in which ecology and economic efficiency go hand in hand with social and cultural development. Prof. Abouleish thus demonstrated in an exemplary manner that the combination of sustainable development and commercial success represents the economic model of the 21st century and was awarded the Alternative Nobel Prize for this in 2003. The design of this economic model is also one of Sekem Energy's objectives.