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


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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