Water and Energy Consulting provides missions to areas that lack clean
drinking water and/or electricity.

Our goal is to provide the indigenous people with the materials,
equipment, and instructions so they can provide these services

Hand well drilling equipment and hand pumps are supplied, as well as
instructions and demonstration on how to drill and develop a well, as
well as sanitation and well support and maintenance information.   

For the energy missions small hydroelectric generators are supplied,
as well as installation demonstrations and instructions on maintenance
and troubleshooting, as well as training on electricity and wiring

Paper on small hydro for Thai/Burma Border

2008 - Clean Water for Burma IDPs
Click here to see the photos from a February 2008 mission to the
Thailand/Burma border in conjunction with LoveinAction Asia to
develop wells for Karen refugees living in the area.

2009 - No More Surgeries By Flashlight
For 2009 we teamed up with the Free Burma Rangers to train, provide,
and install small hydroelectric generators at their hospital camps in the
Burma war zone.
Click here to see the technology we are using.
Click here to see photos of the August 2009 installation trip
Click here to review the training manual.

2010 - Schools in IDP Hiding Villages
In 2010 we went in with the FBR  to the Mergui-Tavoy area and trained
teams to install hydroelectric generators in the Kahserdah, Lermulah,
and Tanasserim townships so the schools in the IDP hiding villages can
have electricity.   We also bought in portable DVD players and
instructional DVDs for the schools use.  
Click here for scenes from our 2010 mission.

2011 - Hydroelectric Generator Install and Training with Karenni People
In 2011 we did a hydro install and training with Partners with the
Karenni people in far northern Thailand/Burma border.
Karenni install and training near Mae Hong Son

2013 - Water For Border Orphans
In 2013 we developed water supplies to the hostels at Omkoi and Maw
Kler Kee hostels in Thailand (run by
Metal Drum Coffee).   At Omkoi we
trained teams and developed a water well for use on their farm.   At
Maw Kler Kee we brought in food, medicine, and a solar system so they
could have lights, and built cisterns to hold 1,200 gallons of water  to
maximize their existing limited water supply.  
Water Supply for Orphans