Looking further ahead, KTV will introduce additional products and services to its range. These will all be sustainably produced using local materials and fulfil our aims of enhancing Cyprus’ environment and economy for the benefit of today and tomorrow.
Acknowledging the challenges faced by our global, national and local environments, these additional commodities will join KTV’s current range of organic soil enhancers in being clean, green products and solutions.
We are pleased to introduce to you our Future Projects.
Clean production of electrical energy that produces zero emissions, is one example of the technology we will employ at our plant set in the heart of the Paphos Forest. With a willing customer, namely the Cyprus Electricity Authority, ready to take the energy into Cyprus' national grid, around 8,000Mw annually of no-emission, clean electricity will flow from our plant producing a very healthy income for our business and zero carbon footprint.
HEATING AND HEATING PRODUCTS
Heat is a useable by-product of our energy generation operation and this will be distributed to local homes, farms and growing facilities. This will reduce their reliance on other less-clean energy sources, and at the same time create revenue for KTV.
An annoying and destructive nuisance on our coastlines can be transformed into a potassium-rich product that saves water, reduces chemical use and enhances plant growth.
PREMIUM QUALITY TIMBERS, VENEERS AND ESSENTIAL OILS
Relying on our own skills and experience in the production of high-quality wood, we will be marketing a range of wood stocks for the construction and furniture industries. Our efficient and environmentally-focused sawmill and veneer cutters will allow us to play a significant role in providing employment and revenue to the local area while again boosting our own income.
We will also seek to satisfy the growing demand from home and abroad for essential oils. Our site will have the ability to produce commercially viable quantities using our clean heat source that will efficiently distil oils from herbs, flowers and nuts.