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Improving Access to Clean Energy in Rural Central America Using On-site Solar Bio-Power Generation
The project will develop and deploy an integrated, small-scale, self-sustained, waste-to-clean energy generation system that produces value-added by-products, such as fertilizers, and reclaims water.
Government of the United States
May 9, 2013 -
On-site Solar Bio-Power Generation to improve clean energy access in Central America.
Presentations from the First Primary Stakeholder Meeting in Costa Rica on March 8th, 2012:
On-Farm Anaerobic Digestion in the United States
- Dana M. Kirk
Improving Access to Clean Energy in Rural Central America Using On-site Solar-Biopower Generation
- Ajit Srivastava
Small-Scale Solar-Biopower Generation for Rural Central America
- Wei Liao
- Luke Reese
Wetland Treatment of Organic Wastes
- Dawn Reinhold
First Primary Stakeholder Meeting
- Costa Rica - March 8th, 2012.
Initiative Point of Contact
Ajit Srivastava, Ph.D., P.E.
Chair and Professor
Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering
Michigan State University