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Turning poo into power and fertiliser is the goal of the biogas plant for the Kumasi Institute of Tropical Agriculture (KITA) in Ghana, an initiative supported by SNV and the Centre for Energy, Env

From emerging towns, to some of the world’s fastest developing cities, managing human waste remains a big problem.

The Cambodian rice milling industry is not as competitive as it could be, due to high processing and logistics costs. Energy prices are a significant part of this.

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