Founded in 2008, Angelo Eco was created to find effective ways to combat global warming. The GMIPost team sat down with Company President Mamoru Uchida to understand more about Angelo Eco’s activities, expectations and priorities in the future.
GMI: What are you expectations for 2017 and your plans to expand the business in the coming years?
Uchida: We have domestic and international plans for expansion. We plan to set up branches in 10 other countries, starting with Mongolia. For our domestic reach, we will build small-scale plants in the countryside and different smaller towns because this will also help local livelihood. Our ultimate goal is to build a sustainable society that can completely control global warming and climate change. I believe that spreading out these small-scale plants will achieve that.
GMI: Why do you favor small-scale plants over large-scale ones?
Uchida: Apart from lower risk factors, I believe small-scale plants are economically more feasible, more profitable, easier to construct and demand less fuel supplies. And because we plan to build these on the countryside, small-scale plants are better suited and will more effectively allow communities to profit.
GMI: In which areas of your business do you want to see increased collaboration with the international community? And what potential do you see for players in the same industry?
Uchida: The worldwide community will benefit from such technologies, particularly developing countries. Energy is a necessity and most of these countries have limited supply. Angelo Eco will be able to solve their lack of energy, speed up community development, create new jobs and possibly new industries, and assist with issues of waste management and disposal.
We need to educate the worldwide market of the efficacy, use and necessity of natural energy. At this age, renewable energy is the way to go. Through eco-friendly processes that communities around the world can adapt, we slowly make our way to sustainable societies.