Thank you for responding to my comment. I have a set of questions to collect feedback to know how the entrepreneurs thinks about the requirements of his idea and to have a clear Business Model Canvas ,and after that please see my idea and write your opinion and your question or feedback to improve my idea.
The business model diagram is divided into nine main components:
1. What is the proposed value or offer ?
A Who are customer segments or customers ?
3. What are the distribution channels?
4. What is the relationship with customers?
5. What are the revenue sources?
6. What are the key resources?
7. What are the key activities?
8. What is the cost structure?
9. Who are the key partners?
Thank you very much Frank George Mbwana, and this is a very good question, before using the device in a specific area of different nature we are working on a research or a simple study on the place of use and find the method and source for electricity generation, for example Tanzania, which you talked about:
1) Tanzania has a large freshwater lake, over 53,000 km, half of which is Lake Victoria, half a Lake Tanganyika, a section of Lake Malawi (formerly Niassa) and a number of small lakes.
2) Tanzania has the most important rivers in the world, notably the Rufoma River and its border with Mozambique, the Rufiji River, the Wami River and the Panjani River.
Electricity can be generated using the device directly in these rivers or lakes or in the channels of rivers or lakes or in the agricultural channels of rivers or lakes. It is also possible to work on a project to transfer water to remote areas by using plastic pipes that are low cost to use water (for drinking, etc.) and generating electricity from these pipelines. Let us not forget that the eastern border of Tanzania is located on the Indian Ocean, making it possible for make a project to generate electricity only through the use of pipelines.
This is just a simple example of how electricity can be generated using the device without the need for large areas, infrastructure, etc., and more importantly, lower costs such as the use of plastic pipes.
Thank you very much Nawrath Minda for your comment and your question,
Currently I am working on the development of the device to be used directly in homes because there is a water tank and must take advantage of the energy movement of water from and to him and also does not need the device to additional equipment such as infrastructure like solar cells and also produces twice as much electricity produced from the cell There is no direct limitation to the development of the device but obtaining funding for the manufacture and testing of prototype models is a challenge for us.
A great idea, especially that the proportion of poultry is large, and recycling method is also smart, suggested that the use of poultry residues as fertilizer for sale, can a similar system be built to farm animals other than poultry?
An excellent idea and also suggested that the plastic is sorted especially by type. I am a materials engineer and specialize in plastic and recycling. Some of it is easy to recycle but others can not be recycled. What can work in materials that can not be recycled?
The idea is very impressive and also has an excellent social impact. It is also proposed to work with international organizations to expand this work , because there are some countries suffering from this problem, I have a question, do you also have a website?