Zimbabwe’s National Domestic Biogas programme brings 150 biogas digesters

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Over 150 biogas digesters have been built across Zimbabwe to be used as a source of renewable energy, according to a senior government official.
Public Service Commission (PSC) secretary Dr Tsitsi Choruma said the country will keep building biogas digesters because they are "cost effective and technologically smart" means of producing energy.
"Green energy sources in Zimbabwe include, among others, solar, biogas and lithium, which is one of the components used in the manufacturing of rechargeable batteries," she said.
"The National Domestic Biogas programme in Zimbabwe is successfully developing a market-driven domestic biogas sector with over 150 biogas digesters having been constructed so far.
"There has additionally been a gradual increase in the number of biogas plants in the country."

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