Giraffe Bioenergy Receives Grant to Scale Sustainable Ethanol Production in Kenya

Women farmers working in a field in Kenya

Giraffe Bioenergy, a company dedicated to creating rural economic opportunities through large-scale cassava cultivation that produces both food and fuel, has been awarded a $50,000 grant by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Power Africa initiative. This exciting project combines Giraffe Bioenergy’s expertise with technical support from Factor E Ventures and Arizona State University (ASU), forming a powerful alliance to advance the development of ethanol fuel biorefineries across the region…


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