CWA utilize long-term strategies and policies that provide economically competitive farming practices that have minimal impact on biological and cultural resources. The process reduces operational costs, lowers environmental impacts and increases revenues streams, while maintaining biodiversity, and genetic diversity.
Energy / Renewable Energy
CWA is primarily focused on solar photovoltaic, concentrated solar, solar thermal, and wind technology project implementation. The energy generation sector services range from performance modeling, investing, to construction management. These wide ranges of services are utilized to execute both large and small scale renewable energy projects. CWA works with local developers, government, and energy providers to determine the feasibility of projects.
Water and Wastewater
Water challenges are still numerous throughout the non-industrial world. The lack of infrastructure and institutional constraints have resulted in vulnerability of the local population, uncertainty to the farm sector, and hindering the economic vitality of certain regions. CWA is cognizant of the environmental and cultural considerations importance in developing a project of this nature, and recognizes that water infrastructure is an effective catalyst for economic growth.
Infrastructure / Land Use Planning
Infrastructure development is a crucial part of economic development. It includes all aspects of services, structures, equipment, and organization needed for successful project development. The movement of goods and people, housing, utilities, transportation, and waste removal are the basis of the infrastructural needs.
CWA works closely with national and international Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Department of Commerce and Trade Associations to provide our clients access to best options to import and export their goods and services.
The lack of transportation infrastructure lowers the productivity and competitiveness of regional companies and industry by more than a third. CWA works with local governments to review of existing infrastructure and needs and upgrades to the transportation system. CWA has the potential to promote investment and development in particular local areas which are the road, the railway line, and the port.