Nigerian company spreading biofuel cookstoves to West Africa

In Nigeria, Green Energy and Biofuels are producing biofuel gel from saw dust and water hyacinths for use in clean cooking stoves in both Nigeria and Ghana. The company says that already 200,000 households are using the clean cookstoves and it plans to expand into the rest of West Africa, including Cameroon and Togo where initial expansion is taking place. The company also provides solar lighting for households.

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