The current power deficit in the Southern African region makes the pursuit of renewable energy sources an urgent imperative. The recent removal of subsidies on petroleum fuels by the Zambian government, projected electricity tariff hikes and the incessant power cuts underscores the urgency of this dilemma. As you may already know, waste is no longer just ”waste” but a significant, abundant resource and therefore this makes the implementation of commercial biogas plants an essential dimension to the energy discussions. This workshop seeks to educate the participants and open up the possibilities on how to harness this “waste” and turn it into biogas for conversion into other forms of energy like electricity, heat and biomethane. With COP22 just behind us, and the funding opportunities that it and other ‘green funds’ presents so imminent, now is the time to embrace the biogas technology on a commerical scale.
Commercial Anaerobic Digestion Biogas Planning
By Tuesday, 10 January 2017
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