PAA Crop Drying Study

Originally published on December 15, 2014.

"Priority Geothermal Direct-Use Applications for Kenya: A Pre-feasibility Study for Crop Drying" (PAA Crop Drying Study) gives an overview of the use of geothermal energy for the drying of various grains, tea, nuts, herbs, vegetables and fruits in Kenya. Other crops, such as maize, may also be the subjects of a pre-feasibility study that would analyze and make the business case for applying geothermal energy to drying maize in Kenya.

 
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