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Potential for Organic Rankine Cycle Plants in Kenya
Binary power plants utilizing Organic Rankine Cycle is a the most preferred way of utilizing geothermal resource that is water dominated or has low to medium enthalpy and a new way that is gaining momentum is the use of ...
Investigation On The Utilization Of Slaughter Waste Potential Towards Energy Self-Sufficiency At Kumasi Abattoir Company Limited In Ghana
Biogas, a sustainable renewable energy form, is at a starting point of market development in Ghana. Due to its economic growth and development of the regulatory environment, the Ghanaian renewable energy sector is attractive ...
Development of Renewable Energy System Planning for Rural Electrification, Case Study Rwanda
Rwanda is currently experiencing daily load energy crisis. The Rwandan utility supply is not ever handling the increase of energy demand. Bugesera district is one of the district which are facing energy issue to improve ...
Evaluating the Critical Role of Modern Bioenergy in the Transition to Low Carbon Development in Africa
Clean and improved energy access is of paramount importance to the African continent and the globe at large due to persistent increase in energy demand and the challenge of climate change. This paper is aimed at evaluating ...
Sustainability of Integrated Solar Combined Cycle Systems on the Energy Transition in Algeria
Economic development and high population growth are the causes of the increasing energy demand in Algeria. Algeria relies mainly on the fossil fuels to supply the increasing energy demand. Although this long adopted pattern ...
Sustainability Assessment Of Micro Hydropower Projects: Kenyan Case Study
This thesis assesses the sustainability of community-based micro hydropower projects in remote villages of Kenya. Currently, these projects are very attractive for rural electrification and private industries. The study ...