One of Nigeria’s most crucial challenge is power. Nigeria has been confronted with constant electricity insufficient ranging from power generation to its transmission and distribution. The main sources of its electricity are not producing sufficient energy to meet the country’s demand. For many years, homes, businesses,industries and farmers have faced the big challenges of accessing electricity. Farmers require nearly continual energy to increase farm produce. WIRE can help farmers generate energy independently at a cheaper and relative cost to meet their farm needs by using agricultural wastes which is a source of Biomass renewable energy.
Waste To Energy
Waste-to-energy (WTE) is the process of generating energy in form of electricity or heat from biodegradable and municipal waste. WTE process can reduce a community’s landfill volume by up to 90% and prevent the emission of one tonne of carbon dioxide for every tonne of waste burned. Waste to energy plants operate like other traditional steam power plants, the only variation being the primary source of energy- garbage.
Research, Exploration and Exploitation of Renewable Energy Sources
In the midst of WIRE’s unlimited and unending researches, development of energy sources specifically renewable energy will continue to play an indispensable role in achieving economic advancement.
BIOMASS TO DRUGS
As food waste remain a Biomass material,WIRE has linked Pharmacognosy to Biomass to explore the full potentials of food waste to produce medicines and promote healthy living.As bi-Product of anaerobically digested food waste to energy is organic fertilizer(promotes organic farming)we research further into exploring other benefits of food waste such as drugs.Our Biomass – Drugs is one of the most innovative approach to finding a lasting solution to health problems.
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