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Research Research Projects BMBF: ENGHACO - ENergize GHana by Cocoa Husks

ENGHACOH - ENergize GHana by COcoa Husks

The project ENGHACOH's (ENergize GHAna by Cocoa Husks) objective is optimizing the technology of pyrolysis for combustion of so far unused cocoa pod husks in order to sustainably produce energy in the Asaman region of Ghana as well as a pilot for the research consortium, to be established.

Project Period: August 2018 - January 2019

Project Volume: 59,989,00 €

Funded by

Project Management

Prof. Dr. Michael Hartmann

Academic Director

Berlin School of Technology (in foundation),
Study Programme Director M.Eng. Engineering and International Business & M.Eng. Engineering and Sustainable Technology Management
Room H.819
Telephone +49 30 374 374-320 Send an email

In Cooperation

University of Ghana Legon

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) - Energy Centre

Fraunhofer Institut für Umwelt-, Sicherheits- und Energietechnik UMSICHT

Builders of Today Association (BOTA)

Asaman Cocoa Farmers Association

Municipal Assembly Asaman (MAA)

Landwirtschaftsministerium Ghana

Kikam Technical Institute

HU Berlin

Berliner Landesstelle für gewerbliche Berufsförderung in Entwicklungsländern

Susteen Technologies GmbH