Zimbabwe’s ‘largest’ biogas project to transform rural lives


The small village of Hakwata located on the fringes of Zimbabwe has drawn the eyes of the renewable energy community after it became the site of what could be the country’s largest biogas initiative, launched by the UN.

As part of an ambitious plan to bring cooking energy to rural communities, a total of 150 biogas digesters will be installed, enabling households in Hakwata, Gororo, and Wanei to benefit from the renewable fuel.

With construction of the initial set of digesters already underway, the project is expected to transform the lives of the mostly elderly population in the village.

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