About Perpetual Energy
Our Company began from our Wind Turbine project which was completed in 2015 as an awarded Concession project by the Peruvian government. The awarded concession gave Perpetual Energy the license to provide renewable energy resources to the Peruvian government to achieve its 2025 goal of 60% renewable energy and 40% gas in Peru’s electricity mix.
We proceeded to expand our portfolio of renewable energy resources to solar farms in the Puno region of Peru to be able to compensate from the inconsistent and unpredictable seasonal patterns. The constant influx from hydroelectric power helped upscale and sustain our electricity production.
By the end 2017, we partnered with LG, a provider and distributor of LG Neon2 Solar Panels to expand to Solar energy and further support our electricity production. By August 2018, we upgraded our Hydro facilities to be one of the biggest hydroelectricity plants along the Maranon river.
By the end of 2018, Perpetual Energy decided to diversify and set-up crypto mining facilities as an additional revenue stream to complement our renewable energy business and provide additional profitability for the Company.
Our goal by 2020 is to create a recycling platform for aluminium and plastic as an alternative way of receding greenhouse gasses emitted in the environment. We guarantee that Perpetual Mining has achieved consistent electricity production for Peru through diversified sources of renewable energy. The Company continues to expand, diversify and sustain its energy production by perpetual Research and Development to be the no.1 producers of renewable electricity in Peru.
The on-going projects and initiatives will be concurrent with the Peruvian Government initiatives to sustain the large mineral wealth of the country, and to achieve its goal to become energy self-sufficient by 2040.