How lake gases are powering houses in Rwanda


Lake Kivu in Rwanda incorporates 300 billion cubic metres of carbon dioxide and 60 billion cubic metres of methane.

The gases are actually being faraway from the lake by means of the KivaWatt mission with the methane being pumped to a close-by energy plant.

At current solely 51% of Rwandans have entry to electrical energy.

By 2024, the federal government hopes it will rise to 100% and it’s hoped an enlargement of the KivaWatt mission will assist make that doable.

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