Green Heat International plans to undertake the large-scale provision of biofuel to one of the African countries.
Ugandans will get energy from bananas and cow waste. This was reported on Friday, September 4, by CNBC.
вЂњFor the production of biofuels from organic materials, they take water, manure, and cow urine. The mixture is placed in a boiler, which generates gas directly into the transfer system to the kitchen, вЂќ said representatives of Green Heat International, which took over the production of biofuels, new to Uganda.
This method of energy supply is the most effective for a country where most of the population works in agriculture, says Vianni Tumvezigi, Managing Director of Green Heat International.
This is especially true now when the birth rate is growing in the country and the residents do not have the means to provide themselves with firewood, which is an expensive raw material in the country.