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The federal government in Nigera will be expanding its bioenergy and biofuel potential through its Minigrids Based on Renewable Energy (biomass) to Augment Rural Electrification Project.
Advancing Biogas in the Municipal Strategic Roadmap: Pathways to 2030 session looks at the opportunities municipalities have to explore technologies such as anaerobic digestion to manage waste and energy generation.
There is a significant risk associated with the current waste management systems and practices. However, there are lucrative economic and social opportunities that can help solve these issues.
Clean Vision Corporation subsidiary Clean-Seas has signed a letter of intent to build and operate a waste plastic-to-energy pyrolysis plant in Kinshasa in Democratic Republic of Congo with a $30million CAPEX price tag.
To facilitate decarbonisation of processes, Kenya is looking to circular economy initiatives including the recovery, regeneration and reuse of agricultural and food waste in the biofuel industry.
The core aim of the Digital global Biogas Cooperation (DiBiCoo) is to prepare markets in emerging countries for the uptake of sustainable biogas technologies and projects
South Africa’s waste economy has the potential to contribute R11.5 billion annually to the country’s GDP, according to the Department of Environmental Affairs, Forestry and Fisheries.
As a South African project partner for the Digital Global Biogas Cooperation (DiBiCoo) project, Greencape will host a workshop on the current market and legislative framework of the biogas sector in South Africa on Tuesday 29 June.
Amongst the South African government's strategic objectives to achieve the prevention of waste is the diversion of organic waste from landfill through composting and the recovery of energy.
Two South African projects are part of EEP Africa’s 2020 finance call focused on productive use of energy and circular economy.
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