Integrating conservation, social inclusion and renewable energy Fábio Rosa, ideaas



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Integrating conservation, social inclusion and renewable energy

  • Fábio Rosa, IDEAAS

  • Sílvia Ziller, Instituto Hórus


THE QUIRON PROJECT

  • Goals:

  • Solve problems of income generation

  • Introduce a steady cash flow to the families

  • Improve the quality of life

  • Bring a new future perspective to the people and rural families

  • Improve the local environmental quality (water, waste management, biodiversity)

  • Productive use of energy



THE QUIRON PROJECT

  • EQUATION:

  • Energy + Adequate technology + Biodiversity Management + Processes of social development = Income Generation + Better quality of life + Conservation of natural processes and biodiversity = Better common future



THE QUIRON PROJECT Renewable energy

  • This component is provided by STA SOLAR



THE QUIRON PROJECT Income Generation

  • The goal is to provide:

  • Quick income generation (short term)

  • Diversified origins of family cash flow (medium term)

  • Steady family cash flow (long term)



THE QUIRON PROJECT Income Generation



THE QUIRON PROJECT Income Generation

  • Period (year)



THE QUIRON PROJECT Alfalfa

  • High nutrition for cattle

  • Cultivated all over the world

  • High concentration of protein, 22-25%

  • High productivity, up to 20,000 kg/ha/year

  • Average capacity for 54 kg milk/day

  • Lack of supply

  • Uses family labor

  • Uses small agricultural areas



THE QUIRON PROJECT Alfalfa

  • Revenues

  • Costs of production/ha - US $ 835

  • Average productivity – 13,500 kg/ha/year

  • Gross revenue US $ 2,250

  • Operational profit US $ 1,815/year after 4 years



THE QUIRON PROJECT Vineyards

  • Small areas in rural properties which are not subjected to any other uses

  • Uses family labor

  • Establishes agricultural programs compatible with property area and number of people in the family

  • Roots people to their properties

  • Reduces rural exodus

  • Reduces poverty belts around urban areas



THE QUIRON PROJECT Vineyards



THE QUIRON PROJECT Vineyards

  • Region selected due to soil, climate, and available technology

  • Market in development

  • Lack of supply for local wine producer

  • Production of grapes for fine wines and juice



THE QUIRON PROJECT Vineyards

  • Costs and production

  • Implementation: US $ 8,367

  • Production:

  • year 1 – 3,000 kg/ha

  • year 2 – 8,000 kg/ha

  • year 4 and on – 18,000 kg/ha



THE QUIRON PROJECT Vineyards

  • Revenues

  • year 1 – US $ 1,000

  • year 2 – US $ 2,700

  • year 4 and on – US $ 6,000

  • Net benefit

  • US $ 3,170

  • Relation of investment/benefit = 1:2

  •  High profit






















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