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Renewable Energy Technologies in Africa

Edited By: Stephen Karekezi and Timothy Ranja
269 pages, Tabs, charts
Publisher: Zed Books
Renewable Energy Technologies in Africa
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A timely review of the status of renewable energy technologies in Africa. Case studies on Burundi and Lesotho provide contrasting assessments of the dissemination of biogas technology, and the improved bio-fuel cookstove is the focus of attention for the studies of Kenya, Sudan, Uganda and Zambia. Photovoltaics and Briquetting of biomass residues are also reviewed.

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Improved cookstoves and photovoltaics in Kenya - a policy perspective, Stephen Karekezi; commercialization of biomass energy technologies in Sudan, I. Elgizhouli; renewable energy technology development in Uganda - the case of the improved bio-fuel cookstove, S. Bachou; dissemination of improved biomass cookstoves in Zambia, D. Mbewe; the national biogas programme of Lesotho, M. Theko; the promise of biogas technology in Burundi, J. Katihabwa.

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Edited By: Stephen Karekezi and Timothy Ranja
269 pages, Tabs, charts
Publisher: Zed Books
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