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There is an ongoing discussion about the use of feed crops for bio-fuels. Plus the focus is on looking for more possibilities to turn agricultural crops and waste into bio-fuel.But why not focus more…Continue

Started by John Limmen. Last reply by Bridget Okyerebea Menyeh Jan 5, 2014.

SEEKING INVESTORS TO BUILD A SOLAR, WIND & ANY RENEWBALE ENERGY FOR ELECTRICITY IN NIGERIA

 We are seeking a Solar, Wind & Renewable Plant builder company to set up a electricity plant in Africa as a private company. If interested kindly send us an estimate for or sample of any project…Continue

Started by Judith Ogunnmuyiwa Feb 4, 2011.

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Comment by Suza Adam on March 9, 2013 at 11:31pm

 

On the 15th & 16th October 2013 the third Clean Technology business and investment matchmaking conference for the African continent is to be held at the Killarney Country Club, Lower Houghton South Africa.

Called Viridis Africa, the event is dedicated to entrepreneurs and corporates who are seeking funding to introduce clean technology solutions and services.

Principals who would present their business opportunities at this event would have the audience of numerous local and foreign investors, stratified according to their interest and investment criteria.
    
Investors would include venture capital, private equity, project and corporate finance outfits and project developers dedicated to the cleantech sector. They would also include North American, European funding agencies, major Asian industrial conglomerates, technology specific investment funds and major companies who seek strategic alliance and acquisitions.

 

Entrepreneurs from all over Africa are invited to submit a business plan for inclusion in the programme. Interested parties can mail their cleantech proposals to suza@viridisafrica.com

www.viridisafrica.com

Comment by Anjali Saini on December 5, 2011 at 5:54pm

Only 9 more days left to apply!

The Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund Renewable Energy and Adaptation to Climate Technologies Funding Window. Deadline for Applications 15th December 2011

The Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund (AECF) provides grants and interest free loans to businesses who wish to implement innovative, commercially viable, high impact projects in Africa in the areas of agriculture, financial services, renewable energy, and technologies for adapting to climate change.

The AECF has launched the second round of Renewable Energy and Adaptation to Climate Technologies (REACT Round 2), to catalyze private sector investment and innovation in low cost, clean energy and climate change technologies.

REACT Round 2 seeks proposals for business ideas that will transform the way in which clean energy is provided to rural businesses and households, provide solutions that will help small farmers adapt and reduce their vulnerability to climate change, and increase financial services in support of clean energy and climate change solutions. Proposals should combine commercial viability with development impact.

African and international for-profit companies are eligible to apply. (There is no restriction on where the applicant company is from.) Funding is provided as grants and interest free repayable grants. Supported projects must take place in one or more of the following countries in East Africa: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda. The application deadline is December 15th, 2011. Visit the AECF website www.aecfafrica.org/reactfor more information and to download the application form and guidance notes.

Comment by lubwama james tonny on October 12, 2010 at 2:00pm
HELLO members, iam LUBWAMA James Tonny, a student persuing a master of science in Renewable energy from Makerere University in Uganda. I am presently carrying out a research on the forms of crop residues suited for gasification performance in up-draft gasifiers. I basically try to investigate if the densification of crop residues can actually improve gasification of crop residues and if so, to which extent. i also bring in the economic analysis to determine the extent of densification that makes economic sense. I am dealing with three crop residues i.e coffee husks, rice husks and groundnut nut husks. I wish to briquette each of these residues at 4kpa, 8kpa, 12 kpa and 16 kpa by using both a srew briquetting press and a roll press machine for completeness of my research. i require about 20 kgs for each sample. by this message i am trying to look for anyone who can help me prepare these samples. if possible, pse tell me the cost for preparing them.
Comment by Gregor von Drabich on June 22, 2010 at 11:01am
Hi ! We can provide 300 monthly tons of crude coconut oil fob Maputo, pricing 850 USD. Can be blended with Diesel to run diesel generators, mixed into diesel for trucks/tractors or turned into biodiesel.
 

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