In Bronkhortspruit, Gauteng South Africa, stands the Southern Africa’s first commercial scale biogas plant. The plant generates around 4MW of energy by producing biogas from offal from abattoirs, manure from livestock farmers in the area and organic waste from juice makers. The South African private company, Bio2Watt, has established an agreement with a car manufacturer BMW to buy the electricity and use it at their Pretoria branch.
In the news article at Destiny.com the founder of Bio2Watt, Sean Thomas, explains on a video how waste can be used to produce energy.
Read more and watch the video here>>
EEP S&EA has been funding the project at the feasibility and pilot phase>>