Selected Projects: SEPS Call in Southern and South East Asia

Following our most recent SEPS call, which was for project proposals in Southern and South East Asia focusing on the application of (small-scale) renewable energy technologies to improve the productivity, environmental performance and social integration of food value chains, we are pleased to advise that the following projects have been selected as being eligible for SEPS support:

Setting Up an Innovative Jaggery Processing Cluster Level CFC Model through a Thermal Biomass Gasifier System in the State of Karnataka

OrganisationTERI India
Country: India
Project’s aim: to integrate thermal biomass gasifiers in jaggery processing units for heating, making the production process more energy efficient and user friendly, as well as improving the working environment and the quality of the produce.

Community Managed Energy Service for Vegetable Market Chain

OrganisationPractical Action
Country: Nepal
Project’s aim: to demonstrate the viability of a community managed irrigation system in rural Nepal, using a photovoltaic pumping system to increase production levels and also enhance the quality of the vegetables produced.

Renewable Energy Technologies for Integrated Community Farming Systems

OrganisationAsian Institute of Technology (AIT)
Country: Thailand
Project’s aim: to develop a model of an integrated Community Farming System on the AIT Campus utilising renewable energy technologies to ensure the security of food, nutrition and energy.

Biogas Generation through Biomass Production in a “Smart School” in the Lower Northern Region of Thailand

OrganisationSchool of Renewable Energy Technology (SERT)
Country: Thailand
Project’s aim: to use food and agricultural waste, as well as animal dung, to generate biogas energy for producing/cooking school lunches at six schools in Thailand.

Solar Powered Central Landing Area for Night Fishing in the Lagonoy Gulf, Philippines

OrganisationWWF Philippines
Country: Philippines
Project’s aim: to improve the value chain of tuna handline fisheries by establishing a solar-powered central landing site for night fishing activities.

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