In May 2023, our Chief Strategy Officer, Esther Altorfer, participated in the Innovate4Climate Forum and presented two groundbreaking reports on the success of biogas technology in addressing the financial gap associated with producing clean cooking solutions through Results-Based Financing (RBF). In 2019, Sistema.bio was chosen as the biogas technology partner for research conducted for these two reports in collaboration with
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Join us as we dive into the extraordinary achievement of Sistema.bio, as they unveiled the World’s Largest Manufacturing Facility for Biogas Plants in Pune, India. This groundbreaking event marked a significant milestone in sustainable energy production and garnered widespread recognition. From a magnificent ribbon-cutting ceremony to heartfelt testimonials and global media coverage, the day was filled with pride, joy, and
We are halfway through the year, and we would like to share some exciting news about our accomplishments at Sistema.bio. We hope you find it enjoyable! Index Fueling a green revolution: India’s TechOps team installs biogas plants every 7 minutes Sistema.bio Kenya recognized for affordable clean cooking solutions amidst rising cost of living Strategic partnerships are paying off in LATAM
Sistema.bio inaugurates ‘World’s Largest Manufacturing Facility For Biogas Plants’ in Pune, Maharashtra and commits 1% of Global GHG reduction by 2030
Pune, India; June 5,2023 — Sistema.bio, a renowned global social enterprise specializing in innovative biogas technology, achieved a momentous feat as it unveiled the world’s largest manufacturing facility for biogas plants in India on the World Environment Day. This groundbreaking achievement aligns with the company’s ambitious goal of reducing 1% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030. Spanning an
Alexander Eaton CEO & Co-Founder Being part of a team working on some of society’s biggest problems and creating an impact for people and the planet requires a vision of the future that ensures everyone is working in the same direction. To do this, we live a bit in the future, truly imagining the details of achieving our goals.
The first quarter has ended and we keep working to achieve our goal of impacting 250,000 farmers in 2023; therefore, we are pleased to share our Q1-2023 highlights. Our 2022 Annual Report is available now Female Empowerment! Our LATAM and East Africa Directors are among the most influential businesswomen Sistema.bio signs an MoU with the National Dairy Development Board, and
Uganda, October 18, 2022 – Sistema.bio, Africa’s leading biodigester manufacturing company today has launched its biggest biodigester carbon program in Uganda in partnership with Native, a Public Benefit Corporation. The program, otherwise referred to as the Uganda Dairy Biogas Program, is set to benefit small and medium dairy farms across the country. Sistema.bio and Native’s partnership is expected to avoid
We are elated to introduce Dr. Joyce Cacho, a newly appointed independent board member, and incoming board chair of Sistema.bio. Joyce is an experienced, non-executive/independent board director and change catalyst. She currently serves as an Independent Board Director of Sunrise Banks, N.A., a regulated bank with Fintech partnerships and a member of the Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV).
65km from Nairobi, in a small village called Mang’u, on a beautiful farm; we meet Wambui. Tall, graceful, confident, with a sprinkle of lovely dimples; a woman with a big heart. Right from the entrance of her family farm, we are met with a young girl, a teetering toddler in tow. You see, 15 years ago, Wambui and her sister
Alex Eaton CEO & CO-founder It is no longer adequate to think about the environment as something to protect from people, as there are no long places on our planet that are not directly impacted by our actions. As climate change, plastics pollution and species-loss illustrate, human activity writ large is one of the most impactful forces that contribute