Renewable electricity changes live, improves the environment and is a win-win for everyone.
We offer Green, Alternative and Renewable Energy using state-of-the-art Ultra High Thermoelectric Power Generation systems. Our products lead to Reduce Carbon Emissions and Carbon Footprint worldwide.
Our products of different wattages, naturally fit with any kind of cooking stoves, any kitchen appliances, mud stoves, tandoors, and ovens – simply call us to get the design and it will be a plug n play, safe to use and geared towards generally “Health, Safety and Education”.
While the Carbon Emissions that people are already producing, they can generate electricity within those emissions and help the planet go green without any additional fuel burns.
GYSK products are robust, produced under strict Canadian quality standards, ensuring long lasting usability.
Energy means changing lives. Our solution increase the home productivity that directly impacts the lives of million. Mothers become empowered and can be more products, children can study at night and families and businesses can remain connected using Mobile Commerce. One solution multiple benefits.
733M of the world’s people lived without access to electricity. Progress varied across regions. The global access deficit remains concentrated in Sub-Saharan Africa, where it increased from 559M people in 2010 to 568M people in 2020. Thus 77% of the world’s population lacking access to electricity were in Sub-Saharan Africa. According to The Energy Progress Report 2022 the biggest share of the unserved population is in Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda.
Incorporating GYSK appliances to produce Electricity in rural African households will change cottage industries and home production in different areas to be more competitive and productive in the marketplace. Energize the difference!
Green electricity connections will help African households change home production technologies and induce more women to work in the market. Better household elevation of poverty.
Decentralized renewable electrification of a village will change several lives and give an uplift to the entire population of the village. One prosperous village will lead to a prosperous community for all.
In the map we see differences in per capita energy use; this...Find Out more
Free electricity connections in rural South African households changed home production technologies...Find Out more
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More than 1.1 billion people in developing countries lack access to electricity....Find Out more
Our products are totally market driven forced by the energy crisis in the energy deprived regions worldwide not only in the domestic sector but also in the commercial and industrial sectorExplore More!
Driving force behind GYSK is Gurinderdeep Kaur, famously known as Gugni Gill Panaich who is a passionate actor turned politician/philanthropist. She is a strong female activist and has been applauded globally for her achievements. She has actively worked towards the welfare of many downtrodden people. Born and brought up in Africa, poverty alleviation and improving lives of African people has always been close to her heart. Her leading renewable energy initiatives will lead to women empowerment and changing the lives of millions of African families.
Gugni lives in the beautiful town of Caledon with her husband and two adorable sons. She also enjoys travelling around the world, exploring new ventures and experiencing new cultures.
Help her, help GYSK in achieving its objectives to generate free renewable energy for millions of households across the African continent.
Our mission is to help under-served, under-developed and marginalized communities facing energy crisis with highly affordable, value-added, reliable, and quality renewable energy products.
Electricity will lead to children studying and doing their homework, while mothers cook foods. This will transform lives.
As work in the home reorganized around the new technology, electricity also affected how much women worked in the market, increasing the overall productivity of the household.
Electricity will help in charging mobile phones and battery banks, opening access to communication and information sharing.
A lack of access to electricity hampers development. It affects everything from people’s ability to learn to the creation of enterprises and the provision of public services like health care. This lies behind the United Nations goal of countries achieving universal access to electricity by 2030.
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