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Uganda: biogas from agricultural waste for producing electricity in rural areas

Peik Stenlund
Original language: English

Can biogas support access to energy in Africa’s rural areas? The answer comes from Pamoja Cleantech, a young social enterprise, which helps Uganda’s small-size farms transform agricultural waste (such as corn or rice waste) into biomass for producing electricity, improving the profits of the community and contributing towards sustainable development.

Can biogas support access to energy in Africa’s rural areas? The answer comes from Pamoja Cleantech, a young social enterprise, which helps Uganda’s small-size farms transform agricultural waste (such as corn or rice waste) into biomass for producing electricity, improving the profits of the community and contributing towards sustainable development.

 

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