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Building the First Modern Waste-to-Energy Facility in Africa (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)

Samuel Zenebe Alemayehu, Cambridge - DP Cleantech

Waste is currently a major headache for many African countries as a health hazard and burden to their budget. The session is to discuss the unlikely success story that created the first cost-effective and customized waste-to-energy facility in Africa with pipeline in over 20 cities.
Africa, cdm, Ethiopia, green energy, health hazard, innovation, renewable energy, silicon valley, waste, waste-to-energy
Not Applicable
Mr. Samuel Z. Alemayehu, Managing Director of Cambridge - DP Cleantech Ltd. H.E. Mr. Alemayehu Tegenu Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy of Ethiopia Mr. Mekuria Lemma, Head of Planning, Ethiopian Electric Power Enterprise Mr. Simon Parker, CEO, DP Cleantech Ltd.
Mrs. Azeb Asnake, CEO, Ethiopian Electric Power Enterprise;=article&id;=2258:eepco-to-construct-first-waste-to-energy-plant&catid;=35:capital&Itemid;=27 Waste is resource and there is a viable solution that helps to reduce emissions and landfill. Waste-to-Energy (WtE) technology for Africa offers one of the most robust and effective alternative energy recovery options at a competitive rate to fossil fuel technology to save limited resources used by traditional power plants and thus reduce energy dependence and eliminate the health hazard of waste in Africa.

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