AFRICA’S POWERLESS SOLAR POWER

| May 20, 2014 | 0 Comments
Africa receives more solar insolation than elsewhere in the world. Does this really translate to solar energy production levels?

Africa receives more solar insolation than elsewhere in the world. Does this really translate to solar energy production levels?

In 2012, over 250 billion was invested in renewable energy globally. Less than 2 percent of this was in Africa. A continent that prides itself to having an abundance of resources (both renewable and non-renewable) trails in the exploitation of said resources. Is there a conspiracy to make sure that Africa lags behind while the rest of the world flourishes? Mark Hankins, a solar expert with more than twenty years experience in this sector, sheds more light onto the solar energy debate.

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Category: Green Growth

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