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Energypedia. 2015. Financing and Funding Portal. [Online] available here.
Tietze, U. and Villareal, L. V.. 2003. Microfinance in Fisheries and Aquaculture – Guidelines and Case Studies FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 440. FAO, Rome, Italy. [Online] available here.
FAO. 2005. Microfinance and forest-based small-scale enterprises. Forestry Paper 146. FAO, Rome, Italy. [Online] available here.
Osterwalder, A. 2010. What is a Business Model? [Online] available here.
Morris, L., Winiecki, J., Chowdhary, S., Cortiglia, K.. 2007. Using Microfinance to Expand Access to Energy Services: Summary of Findings. The SEEP Network, Washington DC, USA. [Online] available here.
Wiley, J. & Sons, Inc. 2016. Defining Your Business Model. [Online] available here.
Clean Energy Projects in the Agricultural Value Chains
CTA Virtuale Resource Center. 2007. CTA Practical Guide Series. Post-harvesting technology and processing . Food and feed processing and technology. [Online] available here.
Energypedia. 2015. Business Plan for Solar Processing of Tomatoes. [Online] available here.
Energypedia. 2015. Costs of a Biogas Plant. [Online] available here.
Energypedia. 2016. Biogas Portal. [Online] available here.
Kossmann, W., Pönitz, U., Habermehl, S., Hörz, T., Krämer, P., Klingler, B., Kellner, C., Wittur, T., von Klopotek, F., Krieg, A., Euler, H..1999. Biogas Digest (Volume III) – Costs and Benefits and Programme Implementation. GTZ, Eschborn, Germany. [Online] available here.
Teach a Man to Fish. 2010. Dried Fruit. [Online] available here.