Biogas to Electricity from Juwi

From Timbuktu Chronicles Thu Jan 3 2013, 08:15:00

An option for electricity deprived urban areas like Lagos, the Juwi solution:

Bio energy is one of the oldest technologies in the mix of renewable energies.

It is used worldwide in the energy, heating/ cooling and transportation sector. Its versatility, for example the possibility of combined heat and power production, makes it so valuable for private customers, municipalities and businesses. In addition, bio energy has the best storage capacity and is thus an important supplement to wind and solar power.

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