Solar hybrid systems in Nigeria

With a population of ~220 MN inhabitants and a GDP per capita of EUR € 2,160 in 2022, Nigeria is the largest economy in Sub-Saharan Africa. Yet, limitations in the power sector constrain its growth and lead to poverty and a low standard of living. Nigerian households and businesses rely heavily on diesel-powered generators. Over […]

Solar energy overview of Bangladesh

The country has begun focusing on the integration of renewable energy following the Paris Agreement. Numerous infrastructural projects are being developed that include mega projects and industrial zones. These industrial zones and parks are planned to be eco-friendly with the inclusion of solar energy and wastewater management. Additionally, organizations will also receive government incentives for […]

EPPIC plan to accelerate protein transition as an economic engine

A future in which Dutch farmers grow plant proteins on a large scale and consumers consume twice as many beans and other legumes is not far off, according to the initiators of the “Economically-Powered Protein Transition through Innovation in Chains” (EPPIC) plan. The plan, spearheaded by Wageningen University & Research, the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature […]