24-year-old Yemeni engineer invents mini biogas plants for home use

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Some villages in the country of Yemen still don’t have electricity since the recent conflict started nearly two years ago, according to 24-year-old chemical engineering graduate Omer Badokhon speaking to Reuters. He hopes to bring power and combat indoor pollution with micro-scale biogas devices to transform trash into cleaner fuel. He recently among the winners of the Young Champions of the Earth prize from United Nations Environment, winning a $15,000 prize he plans to use to construct 50 to 80… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building



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