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Scoping Study: Cogeneration potential in Malawi Tea Sector

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TABLE OF CONTENT
1.0 Background review of tea sector

1.1. Tea production

1.2. Energy usage in tea sector

2.0. Background on the energy sector

2.1. Malawi Energy Resources

2.2. Energy supply/demand

2.3. Uses of Energy in Malawi

2.4. Energy mix projections

2.5. The Power sector

2.6. Electricity demand and other energy sources

3.0. Cogeneration

3.1. Brief on cogeneration in Malawi tea industry

3.2. Cogeneration potential

3.3. Kawalazi Tea and Macadamia Estate

3.4. Minimini Tea Estate

3.5. Esperanza Tea Estate

3.6. Key benefits of cogeneration

3.7.Specific barriers hindering the development of biomass energy

4.0. Policy discussion

4.1. Overview of current policy status

4.2. Policy environment for electricity generation in agro-industries

5.0. Conclusion and Recommendations
     
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