by Washington Nyabeze

Issue: 37

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-04


Beer brewing and bread making are rural domestic activities now increasing in Zimbabwe to supplement declining incomes from agriculture.

Both processes use wood fuel and their energy requirements are considered in this paper. Seven brewing and five baking enterprises were studied by interviews, questions and daily monitoring over six months. Their energy efficiencies, technologies and environmental impacts were examined in detail.

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