URBAN BIOGAS NEW ALTERNATIVE FUEL SOURCE FOR SOUTH AFRICA

URBAN waste management problems and the rising cost of energy has kick-started development in South Africa’s fledgling biogas sector, prompting a new crop of local “green” entrepreneurs to develop a cleaner, cheaper fuel source. Although biogas is a popular form of fuel in African countries such as Ethiopia, because of its long-term affordability and relatively low set up costs, the South African government has focused on developing other forms of renewable power until recently.Now though, Africa’s largest economy is investigating whether it should ...


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