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Economic evaluation of gobar gas plants in Mehsana district of Gujarat state



Economic evaluation of gobar gas plants in Mehsana district of Gujarat state



Agricultural Situation in India 48(1): 17-22



Approximately 95% of the cooking fuel requirements of Indian rural people is met from the non-commercial sources like firewood, dung cakes, and farm wastes. However livestock produces sufficient wet dung per year to be equivalent to 16 Mt of firewood, and 428.7 Mt of organic manure. One third of dung is burnt in rural areas as fuel, but the paper suggests that by popularizing gobar gas plants, burning could become much more efficient.

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