Lusaka, Zambia [Voice of America] A project in Southern Africa is helping promote the use of renewable energy sources. It’s called INSABA — The Integrated Southern Africa Business Advisory and is funded by a German NGO called IN-Went. Voice of America’s Kaunda Danstan reports from Lusaka, Zambia, that the Integrated Southern Africa Business Advisory project (INSABA) is being implemented in Zambia, Botswana and South Africa. It aims to improve the use of renewable energy technologies from the sun, wind, water and biomass — that is, materials including animal wastes that can be used to produce energy. The project is expected to help reduce energy needs in southern Africa, whose growing economies are putting a strain on electrical grids. It’s also expected to reduce the cost of power in the region.