Biogas production in climates with long cold winter
The need to provide affordable energy for poor communities is of great importance world wide. This is just the same for poor communities in European countries. This study analyses the feasibility and potential production of biogas in these countries with emphasis on Romania, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Kazakhstan and Armenia. Comparison of the use of the biogas plants is done from India, China, Nepal and Bolivia and literature review is done as well before suggesting the same technology for the colder target communities. Suggestions are made on whether to use the plants on household or community level afterwards.
Balasubramaniyam, U.; Zisengwe, L.; Meriggi, N.; Buysman, E.
Wageningen University, the Netherlands
For Women in Europe for a Common Future, WECF
Balasubramaniyam, U.; Zisengwe, L.; Meriggi, N.; Buysman, E. (2008). Biogas production in climates with long cold winter. Wageningen University, the Netherlands. For Women in Europe for a Common Future, WECF.