For The First Time In Zambia: MW-Scale Solar Power Plant Has Been Commissioned

Solar power seems poised to boom in Africa in the coming years. There are already current projects like Morocco’s Noor Ouarzazate, the world’s largest solar farm. African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina recently spoke about the continent’s potential, saying Africa has the potential for 11 terawatts of solar power.
According to Electrek news, The first large-scale solar project in Zambia is 54 MW and will power 30,000 homes.
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For The First Time In Zambia: MW-Scale Solar Power Plant Has Been Commissioned

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