Webinar Series: Sustainable Energy in Humanitarian Settings
Powering Humanitarian Facilities: Dialogue on Implementation Models - This webinar will shed light on the different models for powering humanitarian facilities with renewable energy. Two case studies will highlight how renewable energy is used to power a humanitarian hub managed by IOM in South Sudan, and focus on the challenges and lessons learnt from ICRC’s net metering program in Pakistan. UNDP will then share their approach to building local capacity when implementing solar solutions for humanitarian facilities.Read more...
Thursday 23 Jan at 10:30 a.m. CET, (Registration link)
► English : Improved Biogas Units for Developing Countries.pdf
This publication is meant as a teaching aid in agricultural colleges and as a reference book for professionals working in the field of rural biogas extension. For that reason, the ideal set-up of a biogas unit is described. The CAMARTEC Biogas Extension Service does not claim to have reached the ideal in practice, but has tried to achieve the maximum for the farmer with the least possible interference in their farm management. Used biogas plants are the best proof of an appropriate biogas unit.