The forces of innovation that have hit the energy industry in the past few decades have impacted profoundly, the demand and generation of energy1. These innovations have been prompted and driven by new styles of architectural and urban planning; new forms of transport; economic boom; and most recently, the increasing environmental and social prices of […]
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Africa is one of the fastest growing continents in the world1 with the highest bioenergy potential (agricultural residues and bioenergy crops)2. About 47 % of the sub-Saharan African population however, still live on less than $1.25 a day and about 43 % of Africans have no access to electricity and clean cooking options. The role […]
The persistent energy gap in most parts of Africa has been and is still an issue of concern regionally, continentally and internationally. Energy choices are more or less limited to hydrocarbon or fossil-based sources and availability is stratified along purchasing power levels. The rising number of extremely poor people has endeared themselves to biomass as […]
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