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Autodesk Foundation supports KCICs early stage financing facility

The Autodesk Foundation funded Kenya Climate Innovation Centre (KCIC) with a grant of $100,000 for its Early Stage Financing Facility. The foundation provides support through grant funding, software, technical training,...

20 Dec 2017

Providing early stage financing mechanism for clean technology enterprises

Obtaining financing for climate technologies is particularly challenging in developing countries due to additional uncertainty and risks that are hard to mitigate in private financial markets, lack of patient and...

20 Dec 2017

Rural communities access energy for income generating ventures

Electricity is central to the development agenda in Kenya. Without electricity it is unlikely that development projects and public investments, such as schools and community centres, can achieve their intended...

20 Dec 2017

Investment in moringa a big opportunity for Kilifi County

Kilifi County is amongst the 14 out of 47 counties that are marginalized coupled with the hot weather. In 2014, Papu Haroon ventured into Moringa farming to assist the community...

6 Dec 2017

Growing demand for bio-diesel spurs business idea

 

Globally, the use of bio-diesel as an alternative to petrol/diesel has seen increased interest due to environmental benefits associated with its combustion. The high cost of vegetable oils, which could...

6 Dec 2017

SimGas: offering clean, affordable and high quality energy to rural households

About three billion people worldwide use solid fuels for cooking according to Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The World Health Organization (WHO) has put the numbers at 4.3 million deaths...

6 Dec 2017

Fruit rejects offering alternative income to farmers

Horticulture farming provides employment to over two million people in Kenya alone. Set as the fastest growing industry in the country with a growth rate of seven per cent, we...

6 Dec 2017

Sunpawa taking over the solar energy market through technology incorporation

A vibrant solar energy market has developed in Kenya over the years to supplement the demand for electricity to homes and institutions which are remote from the national grid and...

21 Nov 2017

Lentera: Climate smart agriculture through innovative inputs

Feeding the world’s growing population is a serious challenge. Food insecurity is concentrated in developing nations, where drought and low soil fertility are primary constraints to food production. Many crops...

21 Nov 2017

Kuni Safi Briquettes: an ecofriendly source of renewable energy

The demand for energy in Kenya is increasing for households, businesses and industry. Increasing populations, aggressive deforestation, expanding economies and a lack of regulation have led to increasing fuel prices...

21 Nov 2017