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Biogas technology a case of Mahajida village by Gurdev Singh and S R Asokan (Working Paper, No. 1988/723)

By: Singh, Gurdev.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1988Description: 30 p.Subject(s): Biogas technology | Mahijda VillageDDC classification: WP 1988 (723) Summary: The household energy consumption accounts for nearly 50 percent of total energy consumption in the developing countries. It is primarily obtained from non-commercial sources such as firewood, animal waste, crop residues, etc. For instance these three sources constitute nearly 90 percent of the cooking fuel in India.
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The household energy consumption accounts for nearly 50 percent of total energy consumption in the developing countries. It is primarily obtained from non-commercial sources such as firewood, animal waste, crop residues, etc. For instance these three sources constitute nearly 90 percent of the cooking fuel in India.

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