The Brazilian Bioenergy, Ethanol and Sugarcane Association has pledged to support Zambia with technological advancements in its quest to develop the Biofuel Industry.
Association President Mario Campos said his association is pleased with the interest shown by Zambia in seeking for solutions to diversify into clean energy which improves human well-being and overall welfare beyond the Gross Domestic Product.
Speaking In Brasilia when he paid a courtesy call to the Zambian Embassy, Mr Campos commended Zambia for its persistence in a bid to diversify into bio fuel and clean energy supply and reducing dependence on imported fuels.
And Mr Campos said the Biofuel Seminar scheduled for the first quarter of 2020 in Lusaka, shows consistency from Zambia with plans in setting up a biofuel Industry in the near future.
Mr Campos said that many countries in Latin America have embraced the technological processes of producing ethanol which has proved to be cheaper than other sources of energy.
He said world over, countries are seeking options of biofuel as alternatives to fossil fuels which is very expensive to generate.
Mr Campos said high oil prices have proved to be militating against economic growth globally.
And Zambia’s Ambassador to Brazil Dr Alfreda Kansembe Mwamba reiterated Zambia’s Commitment to promoting green energy that is cheaper to produce than fossil fuel.
She told Mr Campos, the President of Bioenergy, Ethanol and Sugarcane Association, to encourage more of its members to attend the Biofuel meetings in Zambia so that they can show case their products and technology.
This is according to a statement issued by Grace Makowane, First Secretary Press and Public Relations at the Zambian Embassy in Brazil.
How much fuel is coming from Kawambwa farm?
Surely what help do you need from making biofuel…what is wrong with these Ambassadors? A secondary school Chemistry pupil can tell you what you need and a UNZA student in Chemistry can tell you how to set it up..
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PF what’s going on? “You cannot simultaneously retain your cake and eat it”.
PF administration if they’re not careful these thing is going to follow them and their assets. After 2021. GRZ, will Point out that PF administration never demonstrated attorney client privilege.
The client is GRZ, not PF or any political party in Zambia.
You can make simple Biofuel from used chip pan oil from takeaway shop friers by simply straining it and adding ethanol for your farm tractor or diesel farm vehicles. Please stop embarrassing our country with pointless begging!!
Well Mohamed and the Arabs are mixed race people.Somuch for Islam.Peter Carlos Hinds.
Those that you all are buying oil from.Arabs.Are mixed race people.Peter Carlos Hinds.
You all get rid of apartheid.Well those in north Africa.Egypt Lybia Morocco etc.Are mixed race people.On the African continent.Like icing on a cake.Peter Carlos Hinds.
The Gypsies in Europe are mixed race nomads.Peter Carlos Hinds.
I don’t think this will ever take off. It started during the unip days while under the MMD there was talk of jatropa which has also died a natural death. In zed we are good at talking but poor at implementing. Do we always need foreign funding to implement anything?
Zambia will be well positioned in Africa as a hub of development very soon. In 50 years’ time we will be a great country. Thank God for a visionary leader President Lungu.
Atase!! Lungu is a useless visionless drunkard. 2021 kuya bebele
Just imagine President PUTIN or TRAMP ale sonta pamputa ati alibomba?
Real presidents are deal with large-scale development projects that cost $1 billion or more. NOT AYA MALABISHI
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