International Journal of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Research

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Sustainable Energy in Nigeria: An Integrated Women-Friendly Energy Supply Approach

Pages: 47-57
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DOI: 10.18488/journal.13.2021.102.47.57

Eze, C.N. , Aduba, C.C. , Arazu, V.A. , Ughamba, K.T.

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Eze, C.N. , Aduba, C.C. , Arazu, V.A. , Ughamba, K.T. (2021). Sustainable Energy in Nigeria: An Integrated Women-Friendly Energy Supply Approach. International Journal of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Research, 10(2): 47-57. DOI: 10.18488/journal.13.2021.102.47.57
Sustainable energy is at the center of pursuit of sustainable development goals (SDGs). Gender inequality, fueled by religious and cultural beliefs, has hampered the achievement of sustainable energy supply in Nigeria. Women, who are major consumers of energy, are largely excluded from energy production due to a relative deficiency in technical training. The paper focuses on integrating women in sustainable energy supply in Nigeria through the adoption of women-friendly energy production methods such as biogas production. The importance of installing household biogas plants in rural communities, providing relevant technical training for women, as well as cheap labor for servicing the biogas plants, and establishing accessible markets for sale of excess biogas were discussed. The economic potentials of well-packaged biogas feedstock, and bio-slurry (a by-product of biogas production) were highlighted to portray the win-win characteristics of biogas production.
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This review exposes the energy crisis in Nigeria as an effect of non-integration of women in energy production/supply systems, and proposed a woman-friendly energy resource that is capable of supporting a sustainable environmentally friendly energy supply in Nigeria.

Waste Management By Waste to Energy Initiatives in India

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DOI: 10.18488/journal.13.2021.102.58.68

M. Kumar , S. Kumar , S.K. Singh

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M. Kumar , S. Kumar , S.K. Singh (2021). Waste Management By Waste to Energy Initiatives in India. International Journal of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Research, 10(2): 58-68. DOI: 10.18488/journal.13.2021.102.58.68
This century is known for exponentially growing population and development but with huge waste production. The waste produced requires land, labour and capital to for treatment and disposal of such huge amount of waste. In India, people throw or consider it as waste after single use so Indian waste can be good resource for recovery of various products. The waste produced is difficult to manage using conventional methods and is ever increasing, blocking essential land that has become an expensive commodity in today's world. This work explores the current practices of the various waste management initiatives and a critical assessment of traditional waste to energy procedure adopted in India. It gives an overview of the various waste management systems in India. Suggestions for improving the health of society, waste management processes, process performance, environmental assessment parameters to plasma gasification,-an alternate waste to energy has been also discussed. Recommendation has been made for the micro-waste plant to solve the waste challenges.
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The main contribution of the paper is to assess waste management in India and certain waste emerging innovations –Waste to Energy, which are technically applicable and relevant. It also addresses how the use of advanced waste technologies like plasma can be a way of achieving a circular economy as well as less environmental impact.