Catalyse Energy

Developer of Biogas Power Plants in Africa

Repurposing Waste

Developer of Biogas Power Plants in Africa

Catalyse Energy converts industrial waste streams from the food processing industry into energy and organic fertiliser for industrial clients. We provide gas, electricity, and industrial heat using their waste, with surplus electricity sold to the national grid.

Our Mission

"At our biogas plant, we are dedicated to converting organic waste into sustainable energy, fostering innovation, environmental responsibility, and community engagement. We aim to lead the transition towards a circular economy, promoting energy independence, environmental stewardship, and lasting economic vitality."

Our Clients

Our Partners

Why Catalyse Energy

Develops biogas plants across Africa, giving new life to waste.



Circular Economy addresses the climate crisis and repurposes waste to create electricity and fertiliser resulting in sustainable livelihoods and a reduction in GHG emissions.


Biogas Plants transform industrial organic waste streams into energy and organic fertiliser.


Communities benefit from a new source of affordable energy and cheaper fertiliser with higher agricultural yields.

Our Impact

60,000 tons

Less waste dumped

10,000 farmers

With improved soil and harvest quality using Nourrisol fertiliser enhanced with fungi

20,000 tons

Reduction in
greenhouse gases

10,000 households

And approximately 80,000 people with Green Energy

Our Success Story

First Industrial Biogas Plant in West Africa Feeding Electricity to the Grid


  • The biogas plant is operational.
  • 15-year power purchase agreement with national utility 4GWh annually.


  • Balanced and complete liquid organic fertiliser for an optimal supply of minerals and/or nutrients for better plant development.
  • “Enriched with fungi, resulting in increased agricultural output.”

"Ground Game"

  • 7 years in a country with a Team of 20+ and growing distribution network.
  • First-of-kind PPA with funding from the Dutch government, FMO and local stakeholders.