Public Notice on former Employees of GCEWL

Public Notice

This is to notify our esteemed customers and the general public that the abovenamed persons, Peter Jjingo and Jackline Babirye whosephotographs appear above, are no longer employees of Grace Clean Energyand Water Limited and whoever deals with him or her on matters concerning Grace Clean Energy and Water Limited does so at his/her own risk.At the same time, we kindly request that you immediately inform Mrs.Dinese Hannewald, CEO & Owner at dinese@gcew.limited and Mr. Walter Oketcho, Technical Manager and Office Manager at walter@gcew.limited at Tel: +256 778 330 890 or at +256 771 362 907, if these former employees, attempt to collect funds from you or your business or attempt to schedule a customer service appointment at your establishment. Grace Clean Energy and Water Limited will not be liable for any transaction done with him or her.

 

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Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited (GCEWL) opens new branch in Nairobi, Kenya

GCEWL now delivers affordable high-quality clean power and water purification solutions for Kenya.

Kampala, Uganda and Nairobi, Kenya — 2 December 2023 — Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited (“GCEWL”), Uganda, is excited to announce the launch of its operations in Nairobi. This strategic move allows it to expand its clean energy and water solutions into Kenya . GCEWL’s broad range of durable water purification solutions, back-up power sets, and solar-powered systems serves the goal of making clean energy and safe drinking water accessible to everyone, thereby improving their health and well-being.

GCEWL in Uganda and Kenya are owned by Grace Advisory GmbH, headquartered in Munich, Germany. The corporate group plans to soon expand its activities in Egypt, Rwanda, and Ethiopia. It Kampala branch has so far served customers in Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

At the launch of GCEWL in Nairobi, Dinese Hannewald (GCEWL Founder and CEO), said, “We are very happy to announce the opening of our new branch in Nairobi, Kenya. This expansion brings us closer to providing affordable clean power and potable water to far more people in East Africa. Besides limiting people’s opportunities and causing health concerns, poor access to reliable power and safe drinking water also prevents people from expressing their full potential, resulting in lower educational attainment and reduced productivity. “

Dinese Hannewald went on to note that about 2.2 billion people across the planet do not have access to safe water at home and subsequently suffer from life threatening illnesses. She also said, “Our very strong relationships with our top-rated suppliers in Europe and North America make it possible for GCEWL to provide affordable top-of-the-line solutions and help reverse inequities in the availability of clean power and safe drinking water. East Africa is just the beginning of our journey.”

With respect to GCEWL’s power supplies, Patricia Kwamboka Ochenge (GCEWL Kenya’s General Manager and part owner) observed that “Presently, around 800 million people live without electricity worldwide. This situation restricts their capabilities and opportunities. Power outages in Kenya currently interrupt critical hospital services and business productivity and also disrupt study and household activities. To address this urgent need for reliable power, GCEWL sells an extensive product line of high quality and dependable backup power sets. The Company can also customize solar power systems from 5 kilowatts up to 35 kilowatts. “

GCEWL supplies and supports reputable NGOs such as AMREF Healthcare Africa, WaterAid, and the International Rescue Committee with its durable high quality water purifiers. In Uganda alone, GCEWL has over 550 customers comprised of schools, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, factories and farms. Key features of GCEWL’s success include the supply of durable quality products and problem-free installations combined with expert on-site pre- and after-sales advice and support. Duplication of the Company’s successful and scalable business model under the leadership of Patricia Kwamboka Ochenge, GCEWL is already generating significant revenues and creating jobs. The Company is currently growing its team of skilled and experienced salespersons and customer service representatives.

For more information, please contact:

Dinese Hannewald, Founder and CEO/CFO

dinese@gcew.limited

+49 172 831 1542

Patrica Kwamboka Ochenge, General Manager

patricia@gcew.limited

+254 711 571 143

 

About Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited

Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited (GCEWL) is a B2B social impact corporate group with branches in Kampala, Uganda and Nairobi, Kenya. The entities in Uganda and Kenya design, assemble, import, and sell robust affordable water puri􀏐iers, off-the-shelf back-up power sets and customized solar powered systems. Grace Clean Energy & Water’s target customer groups include NGOs, hospitals and medical clinics, schools and universities, businesses, farms, and villages and communities. The Company’s experienced and highly skilled technical team provides guaranteed on-site customer service with genuine spare parts.

Grace Clean Energy & Water proves their commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility with a promise to give back to local communities via their Good Water and Good Energy Programs. Together with sponsors, GCEWL donates several water purifiers and back-up power sets to local schools or medical clinics each year.

For more information on our Good Water and Good Energy Programs, please contact Grace Impact gGmbH at dhannewald@grace-impact.com.

 

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4th A GOOD WATER PROJECT in 2023

Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited and Grace Impact gGmbH have sponsored their 4th  A GOOD WATER PROJECT in 2023 at THE BUDDE UMEA PRIMARY SCHOOL!

Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited selected a GRACE 240-DWS, a medium-capacity point-of-use drinking water system that employs Viqua’s proven UV technology. A 250-liter stainless steel tank was also donated to store purified water for the school.

This water purifier machine purifies 240 litres of water an hour using Viqua’s ultraviolet (UV) disinfection technology. The chemical-free process removes 99.99% of bacteria, viruses, and protozoa, thus meeting the World Health Organization’s and the Uganda National Bureau of Standards’ (UNBS) requirements for potable water.

Budde UMEA Primary was identified as a GWP recipient during our customer service calls in the Mpigi area. GCEWL offers guaranteed post sales customer service at its customers’ premises. We only use genuine Viqua spare parts as the use of other third-party spare parts can incur high risks for the VIQUA machines. Beware of our competitors who lack the inventory to service your Viqua machines properly. These Good Water Programs are made possible by the continuous and generous grants made by Grace Impact.

Mr. Kirumira Muhammed, the Head Teacher, is overwhelmed with joy since the receipt and installation of the water purification system at their school. “Many thanks to the GCEWL Technical team who did the installation,” he told us.

“With a population of 710 children aged 5–18 years, one of the school’s challenges is the lack of access to safe drinking water. Many children cannot afford two meals a day while at school and carry food items which they often wish to prepare and eat with water. Using water directly from the tap, a borehole or a well is a large problem since the water is not potable,” cited Mugejjera Richard Yiga, the schosl’s Project Coordinator.

Budde UMEA Primary School is a 90-year-old Primary School, established in 1933. It is a Government Aided School under the Universal Primary Education (UPE) Policy arrangement and was established by the Muslim faithful who offered land to educate the community’s children.

About Our Joint Signature Good Water Program

In collaboration with Grace Impact (a non-profit company based in Munich, Germany), GCEWL implements and oversees the Good Water Program on-site. The program entails the provision of free water purifiers to needy schools, health centers and local villages & communities, thereby contributing directly to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – SDG 6 – Clean Water and Sanitation.

These Good Water Programs are made possible by the continuous and generous grants made by Grace Impact. Please join us by supporting a Good Water Project today.

 

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We are hiring! – Looking for a Junior Support technician in Nairobi, Kenya

Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited will commence its new operations in Nairobi, Kenya on 1st December 2023 and seeks temploy motivated and skilled technicians, electricians, and individuals with experience installing solar systems.

 

Job begin: November or December 2023 / Interviews second half of November 2023

Please read the full Job description here.

Looking forward to hear from you!

A GOOD WATER PROJECT at the Bweyogerere Multi-Purpose School

Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited and Grace Impact gGmbH sponsored A GOOD WATER PROJECT at the Bweyogerere Multi-Purpose School in July 2023.

Bweyogerere Multi-Purpose Primary School, located in Bweyogerere Wakiso, began operating in 1999. The school presently has 150 pupils from nursery to primary school classes and 12 teachers.

Upon receiving the news about the donation, Ms. Tendo Norah Lutaaya, Bweyoferere ‘school’s Administrator, was very happy and stated, “Thank you so much for the love and care. The water purifier is going to help us so much and cut costs since we have spent so much buying firewood to boil water. We are forever grateful.”

Bweyogere’s founder, Emanuel and his daughter, Norah

Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited selected a VIQUA VT1-DWS, a medium-capacity point-of-use drinking water system, for Bweyogerere Multi-Purpose Primary school. This water purification system purifies 240 litres of water an hour using Viqua’s proven ultraviolet (UV) disinfection technology. The chemical-free process removes 99.99% of bacteria, viruses, and protozoa, thus meeting the World Health Organization’s and the Uganda National Bureau of Standards’ (UNBS) requirements for potable water.

When Dinese, the CEO and owner of GCEWL, visited the school to see the installation, she suggested an additional donation from both Grace Impact gGmbH and GCEWL, a Grace 375 Back Up Power Set, to ensure that the school has direct access to clean and safe water direct even when the grid power is off.

“We are so happy to hear Norah’s words of appreciation and have decided to help this small important school with a Good Energy Project. The installation of this new back up power set will take place in September 2023. Unlike our competition, GCEWL gives back to the community with its two corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs, Good Water and Good Energy Projects. During this year (2023), we have already made 3 donations. Please join and partner with us to implement this important basic human right; Access to clean and safe water for everyone!”

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The VIQUA VT1- Drinking Water System

Jackline Babirye, GCEWL and Emanuel, Norah’s Father.

New Offer on Water purifier PAUL

Get our Water Purifier PAUL at a 10% discount. Offer ends 31st May 2023.

PAUL :

  • needs NO external power (Grid or Solar)
  • needs NO consumables for 8 to 10 years
  • needs NO extra chemicals
  • is very easy to operate and clean

Ask us for a quote today.

PRESS RELEASE – Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited Market Entry

Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited (GCEWL) announces its entry into the Ugandan market as a seller of cost-effective power sets and high-quality water treatment systems. As a committed social impact company, the Company will support local Ugandan communities by donating several water purifiers and power sets.

Today, Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited (GCEWL) announced its entry into the Ugandan market to sell clean energy power sets and top-notch water purifiers. The Company designs, assembles, imports and sells water treatment machines and solar & battery power sets builtwith genuine high-quality parts imported from Germany, the Netherlands, the UK and Canada.

Making the announcement, Dinese Hannewald, the proprietor and CEO, said “we are passionate about creating easy access to affordable clean drinking water for Ugandans. Our role as a highly principled and reliable service provider, we look to supply schools, medical clinics and hospitals, businesses, farms, and NGOs. Every year, millions of people die on the planet from diseases caused by inadequate access to clean water supply and hygiene. We are committed to preserving lives and avoiding illnesses and hardships with our range of water treatment solutions.”

GCEWL installs lighting systems with a range of low-cost power sets that can be used for charging phones & laptops, radios & TVs, and the larger power sets can power refrigerators and appliances. Access to electricity in Uganda is 57.2% in urban areas and this number drops to about 10% in rural areas. Even where electricity is available, it is not always reliable. There is a dire need for these essential clean energy products.

According to various sources, about 7 million Ugandans (16 %) lack access to safe water and 19% of Ugandans only have access to streams, ponds, and unprotected hand-dug wells as sources of drinking water. A family needs around 20 liters (5.28 gallons) per person per day for drinking, washing, cleaning, and cooking. This shortage of clean drinking water poses an urgent need for affordable and easy to implement solutions that combat waterborne diseases by removing impurities such as bacteria, viruses, and protozoa.

The Company also launch special price offers on all products today and customers can apply for payment plans. The price discounts will last until 31st March 2023 and we urge everyoneto contact us for a quotation.

“GCEWL is keen to create a significant social impact by providing these solutions for the Ugandan communities. Whereas the Company is new in Uganda, I am not. I have sponsored 7 Good Water Projects and 1 Good Energy project in Uganda and Tanzania since 2017. Under my 2 companies in Germany, Grace Advisory and Grace Impact, I have donated water treatment systems in Jolly Primary School (Nangando, Uganda), St. Martin Mulago Primary School (Kampala, Uganda), Smile Charity (Wakiso, Uganda), Benedictine Eye Hospital (Tororo,
Uganda), IRC (Yumbe District, Uganda) and African Child in Need (Bugiri, Uganda), as well as SOS Childrens’ Village (Dar Es Salaam Tanzania)”, said Dinese Hannewald. Grace Impact also donated a 1 Megawatt power set to African Child in Need earlier this year.
The growing operational team at GCEWL is 100% Ugandan and all are qualified and talented employees with experience in water treatment and clean energy. Our highly competent technicians manage and oversee the installation and maintenance of all our products at the customers’ premises. Our power sets use solar energy and batteries to provide electricity to
charge on-grid water purifiers and lighting systems. This way GCEWL contributes to environment conservation by reducing the use of firewood and charcoal to boil water for drinking.

Grace Clean Energy & Water promises to support 5 new Good Water & Good Energy Projects in Uganda in 2023 and plans to expand its business operations in East Africa in 2024.

Before you purchase a clean energy power set or a water treatment system, please give us a call. We will make you a fair and competitive offer that meets all your requirements.

 

For more information, please contact
dhannewald@gcew.limited or jackline@gcew.limited


Telephone Lines

+256 778 330 890
+256 39 324 8969
+49 172 831 1542

 

About Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited

Grace Clean Energy & Water Limited (GCEWL) is a trustworthy social impact company founded in March 2022. The Company designs, assembles, imports, and sells robust high-quality water purification machines and solar & battery power sets. Located in the Industrial Area in Kampala, Grace Clean Energy & Water’s target customers are NGOs, hospitals and medical clinics, schools & universities, businesses, farms as well as villages & communities. Its highly experienced, competent, and dedicated technical team provides guaranteed on-site customer service with genuine spare parts. Grace Clean Energy & Water proves its commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility with a promise to give back to local Ugandan communities. In 2023, the Company will donate 5 water treatment machines and several power sets to a local school, hospital, or medical clinic, and/or a village.

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Important Notice: Beware of Counterfeit VIQUA Water Purifiers & Fake UV Lamps

Dear Valued Customer, Please be cautious of local Ugandan businesses and individuals selling counterfeit VIQUA water purifiers and imitation UV lamps.
These products are not genuine and can pose a serious risk to your health and safety.