We are co-delivering two community-based pilot bioenergy systems in Ghana and Nigeria to highlight the technology’s benefits including:
We are working closely with schools, universities, research institutes, NGOs and SMEs to show how this example of a circular economy positively impacts on human health and the environment, as well as looking to develop safer practices with stakeholder groups. The two systems are co-designed with local partners in response to the demands of their settings.
ACTUATE is engaging with local SMEs and entrepreneurs to support the expansion and pre-commericalisation of the technologies. We are offering training opportunities for stakeholders to manage and support the continued use of the systems.
ACTUATE is funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund Ref: EP/T015608/1
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