Nigerian University Launches First Organic Waste Power Plant
Power outages are frequent and random in Nigeria. To solve this problem, a university in Nigeria has built an organic waste power-generating plant to provide electricity to the whole university, writes Patrick Egwu for This Is Africa.
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