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Benin entrepreneur harnesses biowaste to power homes, farms

By Reuters
20 January 2024   |   3:10 am
In a world grappling with climate change and the search for sustainable energy solutions, Enock Gnaga hopes his company Benin Biogas's complete waste-to-energy cycle will usher in a renewed dedication to environmental stewardship for his country.

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