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Article World Challenge 2009: Five finalists addressing household energy - Vote now! Five finalists for the BBC World Challenge 2009 address issues of household energy. You have until 13 November to cast your vote and raise the profile of household energy initiatives, some of which ar
Article Barriers To Dissemination Of Renewable Energy Technologies For Cooking This paper was published 12 years ago in 1985 but the topic has relevance even today.The authors have discussed the barriers to the dissemination of renewable energy technologies .It is a must read fo
Article Bioenergy: so near, yet so far Improving public understanding will go a long way in shaping policy on the use and adoption of bioenergy in India.
Article Biogas Africa Initiative - article published in Renewable Energy World An article on the [[Biogas Africa Initiative]] launched in May 2007, and aiming at installing two million biogas plants by 2020 has been featured in the July / August issue of Renewable Energy World.
Article Biogas Brings ‘Green Revolution’ to Rural Nepal In all, 82 households in Badrahani, Nepal have bought biogas plants at heavily subsidised rates under the scheme, which is funded by the Dutch and German governments.
Article Biogas Pilot Project Targeting Small-Scale Farmers in Kenya KENYA - Small-scale dairy farmers are set to benefit from a piloting project that seeks to develop 8,000 domestic biogas plants in rural areas.
Article Biogas Programme Vietnam wins Energy Globe Award Biogas Programme for the Animal Husbandry Sector is first ever programme from Vietnam to win the prestigious Energy Globe Award.
Article Biogas Week 2010 celebrations in Bangladesh The Hague - The National Domestic Biogas & Manure Programme in Bangladesh has reached an impressive milestone. Since 2006, the Programme has provided 12,000 households with biogas plants benefitting m
Article Biogas: The untapped resource in Uganda Uganda is richly endowed with renewable energy resources and has large quantities of non-woody biomass such as agricultural waste, animal & human waste. There is a huge potential to develop biogas tec
Article Caribbean biogas company to provide energy from waste to housing development in Jamaica CaribShare, a social enterprise delivering energy-from-waste solutions has signed a contract to power a new housing development in Jamaica. The deal will help to strengthen the livelihoods of rural co
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