Gesto assessed the East-Timor Government in the development of wind power
Gesto has identified and studied more than 300 MW of wind projects in Cape Verde
On site validation of desktop studies.Route survey, technical and environmental local evaluation.
Meteorological tower project and installation.Raw data collection, treatment and analysis.
Rainfall in Cape Verde is characterized as being heavily seasonal, concentrated in just three months of the year
Gleno river site assessment
The ANGOLA ENERGY 2025 project has two major objectives
Solar resources mapping has shown that there's a plentiful resource in Cape Verde
Temperature of natural springs in Fogo island, Cape Verde
Biomass is an abundant resource in most countries and comes from many and varied sources
The project was identified from greenfield by Gesto, as a result of the Pumped-Storage Plants Survey Project
Solar Project in Alentejo
The scope of this work falls under the project “Study Aimed to Investigate the Opportunity to Implement Pilot Project Oriented to Electrify a rural village in Mozambique”
Magnetotelluric survey undertaken in Cape Verde islands
Gesto developed the largest Solar PV power plants in Africa: the 5 MW and 2,5 MW solar power plants of Santiago and Sal islands
Cape Verde 50% Renewable - A Roadmap to 2020
Gesto developed, over the past two years, the project «Angola Energy 2025», which main objectives were the development of the Renewable Energy Atlas and the Energy Plan for 2025
Studies carried out by Gesto contributed to the development of the "Cape Verde Energy Sector Indicators Evolution 2003 - 2013"
The Agreement will provide a framework to carry out a feasibility study that will assess the project’s power generation.
Project results were presented in the II Luso-Mozambican Summit held in March in Maputo