Biogas is widely used in rural and peri urban areas in Uganda and Africa at large for cooking and lighting. But its commercial use has never been realized due to difficulties in its storage and transportation. Solution identified to the problem is to increase the energy density of the gas through removal of incombustible and corrosive gas and consequent compression which was experimented on a lab-scale model. Biogas generation and subsequent bottling will cater the energy needs of rural industries in villages, supply enriched manure and maintain village sanitation. The bottling system will work as a decentralize source of power with uninterrupted supply using local resources, generate ample opportunities for employment in rural areas and income of the people through setting of rural industries It should be replicated at mass scale for the development of villages.