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Webinar 6 | Aug-16 | Ajima Farms, Fatima Ademoh

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Webinar 6 | Aug-16 | Ajima Farms, Fatima Ademoh

  1. 1. Ajima Farms and General Enterprises Nigeria Limited Women & Energy Entrepreneurship: Business Models For Off-grid Energy and Social Impact, Part II August 11th, 2016 By. Fatima Oyiza Ademoh
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION – AJIMA FARMS Commercial Farm – 2003 Youth Agro Entrepreneurs – 2012 Renewable Energy Division – 2014
  3. 3. PROBLEM STATEMENT Energy poverty in rural off-grid communities with dire consequences on productivity and the quality of life of the populace. Unclean Cooking practices by use of biomass with dire consequences on health and climate change. Bio-degradable and agricultural waste landfilling, GHG emission. 01 02 02 04 03
  4. 4. THE FACTS – Nigeria 93million (The economist) people without access to grid electricity from a population of 173.6 (World bank) Electricity generation capacity fluctuates between 1500MW-4500MW In *Kuje Area Council alone we are surrounded by 260 off-grid villages. *Kuje is one of the Six Area Councils in Abuja 500 metric tonnes of organic waste generated daily within the immediate project site.
  5. 5. Bio-2-Watts Mini-grid • kick-started in 2015 with two off grid communities in Kuje Area Council of Abuja, Nigeria - Riji community. • Completion timeline of 23rd September 2016 • 124m3 Bio-Digester • Generation Capacity of 20KW
  6. 6. SOLUTION Conversion of biodegradable and agricultural waste to biogas via an anaerobic process.
  7. 7. HOW DOES IT WORK? Waste is feed to a bio gas digester which generates gas and in turns powers a biogas generator and electricity generated is been distributed by a Minigrid system
  8. 8. BUSINESS MODEL Sale of Electricity Consultancy Services Sale of Bio-Fertilizer Replicate on YAE Project Deploying of clean cooking technologies01 02 03 0405 Under development
  9. 9. TARGET MARKET Off grid Residents Business Schools Commercial farm clusters Local farms 01 02 03 04 05
  10. 10. BUSINESS ECONOMICS • Current monthly energy expenditure per household equal $20.04 to cater for their basal energy needs i.e. power mobile phones, batteries for flashlights and cooking wood/ fuel • Projected monthly tariff via biogas equal $15 to provide electricity to power Tv, charge mobile phones, run refrigerator, power bulbs
  11. 11. Electricity Access = Social + Economic Development
  12. 12. IMPACT • Access to basic social services i.e. Automated water system, Community Security enhanced, Health care center operated 24hrs • Reduction in post harvest losses • Capacity building of Youths • Extended hours of lighting for studying and other productive uses • Freed up time for women and girls to participate in other productive activity • Reduced energy bill • Deploying of healthier cooking stove • Value addition to agricultural products • Reduction of Green House Gases (GHG)
  13. 13. LESSON LEARNT/CHALLENGES • Stakeholder Engagement • Capacity Building • Proof of Concept • Ensure Sustainability and diversity of waste • Tipping fee
  14. 14. THANK YOU +2348056829957 ajimafarms@gmail.com oyizaf@gmail.com

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