The iPad Rwanda Power and Infrastructure Investment Forum will be held between 3 and 4 November 2014 in Kigali, Rwanda. It is an event that gives the opportunity to meet the government and primary decision makers within the power and infrastructure sector in Rwanda. Africa needs more power to meet the needs of the continent and Rwanda is open to discover the solutions to create this power. The event creates the opportunity to meet with stakeholders and suppliers from around the world.
The grid in Africa isn’t always stable, hence the need for other options to create power. Using renewables to produce energy could solve a big part of the ongoing energy issues. Clarke Energy has worked on several projects in the area. One of our ground-breaking projects in Kenya involved the supply of two containerised J420 engines at a farm near Lake Naivasha. These were the first two biogas engines Clarke Energy had installed in the sub-Saharan region. The biogas is derived from the agricultural waste from the farm. Working in a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) configuration, the electricity is used on the farm and the local area, whereas the heat is used to heat the greenhouses on the farm.
Visit Clarke Energy at this event to discuss the different options that will meet your needs. We have built up extensive knowledge in the sector and can help you find your answers to your energy related questions.