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Grid-connected biogas-powered electricity plant in #Kenya

Africa’s first biogas-powered electricity producer to sell surplus electricity to a national grid has come online at a Kenyan commercial farm. The Gorge Farm Energy Park, located in the market town of Naivasha, produces 2MW of electricity and heat to cultivate 1,740 acres of vegetables and flowers, with enough surplus power to feed 5,000-6,000 rural homes. The farm, roughly 76km away from the capital Nairobi, is owned by the Vegpro Group, an East African vegetable and rose exporter.
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