The MacBioS project focusses on Grenada’s potential for small-scale biogas systems. By utilizing energy from agricultural waste, farmers and agro-processors can replace diesel and LPG with the produced biogas, and chemical fertilizers by organic fertilizer. This reduces the cost for agricultural production and makes Grenada’s agriculture sector more competitive locally and internationally.
The overarching goal of the project “Reform of the Electricity Sector to support Climate Policy in Grenada” (G-RESCP) is to support the Government of Grenada in restructuring the energy sector and thereby enable the Government to achieve the objectives of their climate policy.
The objective of G-Hydro is to initiate an innovative pilot project on so-called In-conduit Hydropower, which is based on the installation of small hydro turbines in the portable water distribution system in order to produce electricity by using the energy available in the pipelines.