Biogas Energy-An Alternative Solutions for Sustainable Energy in Rural Areas of Bangladesh

@inproceedings{Rahman2004BiogasEA,
  title={Biogas Energy-An Alternative Solutions for Sustainable Energy in Rural Areas of Bangladesh},
  author={Alias Abdul Rahman and Gunnar Jantsch},
  year={2004}
}
A study was conducted to assess the possibilities of introducing biogas technology at rural household level in Bangladesh. At the same time the present energy scenario of Bangladesh was highlighted in order to see the comparative picture of present energy situation in rural areas and urban areas. Biomass fuels constitute the major energy sources for rural people. A major share of the fuel is consumed for cooking and enorrnous amount of labour is spent on fuel wood gathering and collecting fuel… CONTINUE READING

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