Bihar alone produces 1.8 billion kilograms of rice husk per year and it is discarded because the husk contains a lot of silica, doesn’t burn well for cooking. Most of it ends up rotting in landfills and emitting methane, a greenhouse gas.
Husk Power Systems in Bihar has come up with an ingenious solution towards resolving the twin problem of electricity shortage and rotting landfills by creating a system to turn rice husks into electricity that is reliable, eco-friendly and affordable for families that can spend only $2 a month for power. The company has 65 power units that serve a total of 30,000 households and is currently installing new systems at the rate of two to three per week.
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