Among ecological issues such as Global Warming and Climate Change, which all of us have directly/indirectly been dealing with for nearly 30 years, there are new waves of issues for vulnerable countries such as low or medium-income countries in Africa. Some of these second-wave of issues are including:
*The scarcity of access to drinking water
*The scarcity of access to reliable electricity *The growth of disparity in access to energy
And so on.
As an example, the solutions of these types of mentioned issues are a solar-powered device which turns saltwater into fresh drinking water, solar power plants, and off-grid solar plus storage mini-grids or virtual power plant (VPP) in respect. In general, the solution could be Solar Energy. It means that it is time to go towards the solar-based economy. it especially conveys the message to the vulnerable and developing countries.
One of the key hurdles holding Africa back is investment in infrastructure which if it comes, will give a shot of adrenalin to the continent. The VPPs, as a solution, in large/mini-scale, could be substituted traditional and centralized power plants and accelerate development projects with fewer needs for infrastructure and economical budget.
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Date: Aug 21, 2019 @ 09:20
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