Case Studies

Case Study I - Energy Needs in Kenya's Tea Sector

Kenya is one of the leading producers of tea – the largest in Africa and next to China, India and Sri Lanka one of the global leaders. However, tea processing requires intensive energy input and is often unsustainable as well as costly. Hence, the energy saving potential in the Kenyan tea sector is significant.

This is a case study on the energy needs in Kenyan tea factories. It gives an inside view on a real project. Take the view of the practitioner and learn hands on about a variety of issues such as the results of a “real world” energy audit and its resulting recommendations.

DOWNLOAD THE CASE STUDY FOR WEEK FOUR HERE
DOWNLOAD THE CASE STUDY FOR WEEK FOUR HERE
Case Study II - Business Models for the Energy-Agriculture Nexus

A case study elaborated by the FAO analyzes solar pumps for sustainable irrigation in Bangladesh. Find detailed feasibility analysis as well as financial and economic cost-benefit Analysis.

DOWNLOAD THE CASE STUDY FOR WEEK SEVEN HERE
DOWNLOAD THE CASE STUDY FOR WEEK SEVEN HERE

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