Connecting-the-Dots™ of a New Agricultural Economy

GreenEnergyPark™: Empowering Africa's New Agricultural Economy DalinYebo's GreenEnergyPark™ will contribute to Africa's food security and create permanent rural jobs, because these small economic hubs are located in the centres of agricultural areas and its profits will flow back to the farming community. The anchor tenants of the GreenEnergyPark™ are a furfural biorefinery and an electricity co-generation…Read more Connecting-the-Dots™ of a New Agricultural Economy

In 20 years, even fewer people with NO electricity in Africa!

Two thoughts on the following article or how we provide the balance between affordability and access to power: GreenEnergyPark™ stores renewable energy 24/7 365 pa GreenEnergyPark™ produces and supplies electricity in rural areas GreenEnergyPark ™' with large biomass storage area (image: DalinYebo) SA needs balance between energy affordability, access – Frei Renewable energy and electricity…Read more In 20 years, even fewer people with NO electricity in Africa!

USDA: Removing Corncobs Does Not Affect Soil Quality

Field Cob (Image: DalinYebo) US - Corn crop residues are often left on harvested fields to protect soil quality, but they could become an important raw material in cellulosic ethanol production. US Department of Agriculture (USDA) research indicates that soil quality would not decline if post-harvest corn cob residues were removed from fields. This work,…Read more USDA: Removing Corncobs Does Not Affect Soil Quality

SA moves to establish ‘Renewable Energy Fund’

South Africa’s National Treasury has issued a tender for a transaction adviser to help it establish a facility, currently termed a ‘Renewable Energy Fund’, that will channel international donor and commercial funding to support South Africa’s ambitious roll-out of renewables technologies. The request for proposals has been advertised by the department’s public–private partnership unit, which…Read more SA moves to establish ‘Renewable Energy Fund’